Chef Michael Hung of Faith amp Flower offers a creative surf and turf

Chef Michael Hung of Faith & Flower offers a creative surf and turf.

Chefs offer fresh takes on surf and turf

New twists aim to appeal to food-savvy customers

Surf and turf was the quintessential luxury meal for middle class Americans in the 1960s and ’70s. Consisting of a classic lobster tail (usually frozen) and steak (often filet mignon) the “Continental cuisine” dish was a staple on menus for decades.

Today, a number of chefs across the country are reinventing the classic dish, in part to meet the expectations of a new generation of diners that is more knowledgeable about food.    

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