Sietsema uses different names, credit cards and phone numbers to keep his identity secret from restaurants.
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Mum is the word on the multiple disguises and maneuvers that Tom Sietsema, the Washington Post's chief food critic, uses in his undercover visits to restaurants in the U.S. capital.Woodward wasn't interested, but the newspaper's food critic was, and hired him.For nearly 17 years, Sietsema says he has eaten in restaurants a dozen times a week.To do a full review of a restaurant, Sietsema eats there at least three times.In 2015, the Post sent him across the United States for two months to find the best food cities.
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