Celebrity chef: Detroit restaurant scene 'getting better and better'

Chef Marcus Samuelsson takes over Central Kitchen Friday evening

DETROIT – One of the world's most popular celebrity chefs took over a restaurant in Detroit Friday evening.

Chef Marcus Samuelsson spent part of the evening cooking at Central Kitchen in Campus Martius and signing copies of his new book, "The Red Rooster Cook Book," from his restaurant in Harlem.

Samuelsson said that when it comes to restaurants, Detroit keeps improving.

"I've been eating here for awhile, and I just think that the restaurant scene is just getting better and better and better," Samuelsson said.

Samuelsson has restaurants to his name in New York, Chicago, Bermuda and his native country, Sweden.

The Detroit Free Press reported that Samuelsson hinted Detroit might be part of the map in the future, too.

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