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"Although small and modest, Prubechu gives the chef a platform to realize his ambition," says Bauer in a warm review of the only restaurant in SF to serve Chamorro cuisine, from Guam. Chef Shawn Naputi's keleguen is a "bright amalgamation of flavors and textures," and his shrimp souffle boasts "an atypical lightness." On a second visit, "the dishes seemed more simplified," but Bauer still felt he "was watching something that could grow and mature into an exciting, innovative concept." Two stars, and 2.5 for food. [Chron]

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