SAN FRANCISCO Longtime fine-dining operator Tommy Toy died Monday after an extended illness, according to the publicist for his restaurant here, Tommy Toyâ€™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 Nationâ€™s Restaurant News Fine Dining Hall of Fame in 1990, featured classic Chinese dishes prepared with a French twist, usually incorporating what Toy called â€śCaliforniaâ€™s inimitable ...
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