SAN FRANCISCO Longtime fine-dining operator Tommy Toy died Monday after an extended illness, according to the publicist for his restaurant here, Tommy Toy’s Cuisine Chinoise. His age was not disclosed, but past profiles indicate that he was in his mid-60s.The restaurant, which was inducted into the Nation’s Restaurant News Fine Dining Hall of Fame in 1990, featured classic Chinese dishes prepared with a French twist, usually incorporating what Toy called “California’s inimitable ...

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