Time Magazine recently featured Goga Restaurant in one of its travel articles. Brad Turley explains to Time why cuisine always outweighs a restaurant’s renovation.
With only five tables, a counter and a tiny open kitchen, Goga — named after the Golden Gate Bridge — isn’t much to look at. No matter. “There are so many places in Shanghai that spend a ton of money on decor to get all the chichi people in there, but there’s no substance,” says chef-owner and native Californian Brad Turley, 41. Goga aims to be the opposite: a stripped-down neighborhood joint that focuses on giving guests a great meal.
Read more at Time Magazine.