NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by Qorvis Communications:
New York City's GILT Restaurant chef, Justin Bogle, was recently featured in Restaurant Hospitality Magazine as its Rising Star. GILT, a famous restaurant in the New York Palace Hotel on Madison Avenue in Midtown Manhattan received two stars in the Michelin Guide and has become a New York sensation.
Bogle, who trained with award winning chef, Christopher Lee, came to GILT from Philadelphia's famed Striped Bass and has had no trouble over the past two years maintaining the two-star Michelin rating he inherited in 2008. According to Hospitality Magazine, this level of accomplishment is unheard of for a 29 year-old chef, but Justin has keenly showcased GILT's unique cuisine in order to deserve the description of "excellent cuisine, worth a detour" from Michelin.
Within the walls of the New York Palace Hotel, Bogle has managed to create a modern American menu that attracts food lovers with specialties such as its black cod with tandoori spices, roasted eggplant, lentils, mustard greens and toasted coconut. It is no wonder that this establishment draws attention in a city full of eateries.
GILT is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan in The New York Palace Hotel. It features a wine list with great vintages of the world and an innovative New American menu. GILT's 52-seat dining room offers three- and five-course prix fixe menus or a grand seven-course tasting menu. GILT bar provides a vibrant area to enjoy a signature cocktail or lighter fare from its eclectic lounge menu.
SOURCE Qorvis Communications