Adin Langille is the Executive Chef at David Burke fabrick in Midtown Manhattan and a member of the culinary council for the David Burke Group. He helped conceptualize the menus and open the restaurant a year-and-a-half-ago. When I sat down at fabrick for a conversation with him, I learned that food is an extension of Adin’s artistic puruits. His mother is an artist, and he has a background in sculpting—which he applies directly to food. Using elements of depth, color, and composition blended with flavors, textures, and smells, Adin creates unique signature dishes that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are delicious. He is also highly conscious in sourcing ingredients, utilizing sustainable foods throughout his menus. These attributes combined make Adin an impressive chef that genuinely embodies what it means to be a True Cook.