Sunday, December 4, 2011

3 Top Michelin Starred Restaurants in New York City

ByRoberta Stuart

New York is the largest and most populous city in the United States and one of the main international hubs for media, finance, commerce, education, fashion, and technology. Located in the north-eastern part of the States, this metropolis is easy to reach from both national and international locales. By being in such a great location on the coast and near to many local producers, New York City is a Mecca for fine diners. In New York, central hotels can be the most convenient and luxurious places to stay, and while you spend your days shopping on 5th Avenue, for the evenings, have your maître d'hôtel book a table for you at some of the most exclusive two and three Michelin starred restaurants in the city. Some of the finest examples are Daniel, Gilt, and Gordon Ramsay at the London.

Restaurant Daniel - Located at 60 East 65th Street at Park Avenue, even the location at the heart of Manhattan's Upper East Side is exclusive. From many of the high-end New York central hotels, you can have your driver drop you at the door. You and your party will be whisked into the opulent dining space, which was designed by Adam D. Tihany with special consideration to the lighting design. You will order from a menu of French and American fusion cuisine, with dishes that combine the world's best ingredients with French techniques such as the Main Lobster Bisque and the Wild Scottish Grouse, prepared by French born chef Jean François Bruel. If you want something extra special, be sure to try the caviar before your main. As well as savouring the food, take a moment to notice the art. Daniel features custom works by Manolo Valdés, a Spanish born artist who has works exhibited in major galleries worldwide.

Gilt - Gilt is located in the heart of mid-town Manhattan in the luxurious New York Palace Hotel. Once you are ready to dine out in style, instruct your driver to take you to one of the premier New York central hotels, where you will find Gilt - located just beyond the gates of the New York Palace's historic (1880s) Villard Mansion. The interior design of Gilt simply oozes wealth with gilded walls and cathedral ceilings. You will enjoy impeccable service and the New American Cuisine created by executive chef, Justin Bogle - the youngest chef in NYC to receive a coveted Two-Star award from the Michelin Guide.

Gordon Ramsay at the London - For a taste of Britain, head to heart of New York; central hotels such as The London bring to life the old country's elegance and attention to detail in fine dining. Established by Gordon Ramsay himself, but now run by executive chef Markus Glocke, the Gordon Ramsay at the London is a small, intimate venue that artfully serves French-based cuisine and matching wines to only 45 guests per sitting. If you are really interested in seeing what goes into making your decadent meal, book the chef's table for up to eight guests, which will take you into the multi-million dollar kitchen for a 'behind the scenes' dining experience you won't forget.

Looking for New York central hotels? Roberta Stuart is the Travel Manager for World Hotels, a company offering the best rooms in New York central hotels and a selection of unique and four and five star hotels around the world.

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