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CEF Stories: Chef Todd Citta, Trulucks

Sep 02, 2015 04:38PM ● Published by Dia

Todd Citta Executive Chef Truluck’s

1420 Plaza Place, Southlake

817.912.0500 /


Fresh, high-quality ingredients inspire what to I love to cook.

Truluck’s Southlake Executive Chef Todd Citta grew up in the restaurant business and helped in the restaurants owned by his parents. He is quick to name his dad as one of his culinary heroes, right along with Julia Child and Wolfgang Puck. With more than 25 years of high-level culinary experience, Citta brings a wealth of experience and creativity to the restaurant. Chef Citta thrives in a busy environment and has found that the ever-changing landscape of the culinary scene is what keeps him on the cutting edge of the local food movement. This love of the cutting-edge translates into a magnificent experience for his team and guests alike. An avid traveler and lover of fast cars make him an exciting contributor to the team he supports at Truluck’s.

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