Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto does his own high-concept take on chicken noodle soup at this recently opened restaurant, named for the Japanese pronunciation of “bistro.” To make the dish, he marinates chicken breast overnight in buttermilk mixed with sautéed garlic and onion, a Cajun spice mix, white pepper and sake. Next, he purées the mixture in a food processor with all-purpose flour, egg, egg white and nagaimo, a Japanese root vegetable, until ...

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