Looking for a great meal? Discover a selection of 855 scrumptious restaurants, all recommended, in the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2018. Trained anonymous inspectors use the famous Michelin food star rating system to create the ultimate restaurant guide to the city, offering a wealth of tasty cuisines for all budgets. Visitors and locals alike can rely on this annually updated guide with its helpful maps, handy thematic indexes and objective descriptions for a memorable culinary experience.
Locals and travelers looking for great places to have a meal reach for the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2014 where they’ll find meticulously researched, objective recommendations to approximately 950 delicious restaurants in the Big Apple, a city where cuisine reigns supreme. The MICHELIN Guide, updated annually, pleases all palates and pocketbooks. Recession-proof dining options can be found among the Under $25 restaurants and those with the Bib Gourmand designation—a distinction that highlights inspectors' favorites for good food at reasonable prices. Local, anonymous, professional inspectors use the renowned Michelin food star rating system to create the restaurant selection, with its famed Michelin stars indicating culinary excellence. Readers will find a wealth of helpful information on their restaurant choices: time-tested Michelin symbols describe such features as cash-only, wheelchair-accessible and valet parking establishments. Newer symbols include restaurants specializing in dim sum and offering notable beer, wine, sake and cocktail lists. The guide's organization makes fast work of deciding where and what to eat: grouping by neighborhood facilitates spur-of-the-moment decision-making while multiple, user-friendly indexes inspire more specific dining choices. Readers can consult an alphabetical list of restaurants, as well as lists of starred, Bib Gourmand and Under $25 restaurants. Lists also include cuisine by category, cuisine by neighborhood, brunch and late-night dining. As a final step, 24 colorful city and neighborhood maps quickly locate restaurants so diners can find their way. Since only the best make the cut, and all establishments are recommended, readers can feel confident in their choices.
For carefully researched, objective recommendations to some 875 delicious restaurants in the Big Apple, locals and travelers looking for great places to eat turn to the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2017. Anonymous experienced inspectors use the renowned Michelin food star rating system to craft an objective list of suggested restaurants. The selection offers choices for all palates and pocketbooks. Readers can safely rely on the annually updated guide where all restaurants are recommended."
Over 560 restaurants in 2018 edition. Our local team of anonymous inspectors evaluates hundreds of restaurants every year using a process refined over decades. They select only the best from each category. No matter what the occasion, you'll make the right choice with the Michelin Guide. Dine with confidence : everything's recommended. The city's restaurant scene is vast, but only the best make the cut. Look out too for our new award, the Plate which identifies restaurants offering a good meal Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey ; Excellent cuisine, worth a detour ; High quality cooking, worth a stop ; Inspectors' favorites for good value ; Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared : a good meal. Traveling abroad ? Find our 2018 restaurant selections with our apps and online, through ViaMichelin to help you plan your route and Michelin Travel to help you discover new places to visit.
Author: Michael Chibili
Release Date: 2017-10-03
Genre: Business & Economics
A comprehensive and wide-ranging introduction to operational hotel management, this textbook brings together business administration, management and entrepreneurship into a complete overview of the discipline. Essential reading for students of hospitality management, the book also benefits from online support materials including student tests, a glossary and PowerPoint slides.
The anonymous Michelin inspectors visit hundreds of establishments each year and only the best make it through. This year there are 240 new entries. More than 2,000 restaurants have been selected, from gastropubs to luxury restaurants. Those that really stand out are given awards. This year there are 176 Starred restaurants and 145 Bib Gourmands, which offer good quality food at a great price. Look out too for our new award, the Plate, which identifies restaurants offering a good meal. Over 1,150 hotels have also been chosen, ranging from intimate guesthouses to lavish hotels. Our 2018 restaurant selection is also available as an app and online. Other Michelin apps include the Europe restaurant guide, ViaMichelin, to help you plan your route and Michelin Travel, to help you discover new places.
Author: Korean Culture and Information Service
Publisher: Korean Culture and Information Service
Release Date: 2017-04-27
A monthly magazine to promote a better understanding of Korea around the world. Produced entirely in English, the magazine explores a broad range of topics including politics, the economy, and culture, offering the international community an accessible and informative introduction to Korea.
Although it's the birthplace of American wine, Hudson Valley vintages have yet to meet with the renown of those produced by the neighboring Finger Lakes and Long Island. In the 1600s, French Huguenots arrived in the area and used their French winemaking skills to found vineyards. Benmarl is cultivating astounding varietals from a vineyard that has continuously grown grapes since 1772. Recently launched cooperative winemaking organizations have made strides in the region, and scientists at Cornell University have worked to determine the tastiest varietals and hybrids that will flourish in the challenging Hudson Valley terroir. Hudson Valley wines are at last garnering critical acclaim in mainstream national publications and restaurants. Tessa Edick and Kathleen Willcox uncover the hundreds of years, unrelenting pride, determination and ingenuity behind Hudson Valley wines.
Author: Ron Martin
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Release Date: 2017-03-31
The aim of this timely work, which appears in the wake of the worst global financial crisis since the late 1920s, is to bring together high quality research-based contributions from leading international scholars involved in constructing a geographical perspective on money. Topics covered include the crisis, the spatial circuits of finance, regulation, mainstream financial markets (banking, equity, etc), through to the various ‘alternative’ and ‘disruptive’ forms of money that have arisen in recent years. It will be of interest to geographers, political scientists, sociologists, economists, planners and all those interested in how money shapes and reshapes socio-economic space and conditions local and regional development.
Author: Helen You
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Release Date: 2017-01-17
"Flushing jiaozi master Helen You’s guide to what many consider the best shuijiao (or boiled Chinese dumplings) in town." [New York magazine] From the restaurant where adventurous foodies get the freshest dumplings in New York City, comes the ultimate Chinese cookbook with 60 recipes for classic and unexpected dumplings and dim sum-like side dishes. New York Times critic Pete Wells calls Helen You "a kind of genius for creating miniature worlds of flavor" and, indeed her recipes redefine the dumpling: Lamb and Green Squash with Sichuan pepper; Spicy Shrimp and Celery; Wood Ear Mushroom and Cabbage; and desserts such as Sweet Pumpkin and Black Sesame Tang Yuan. With information on the elements of a great dumpling, stunning photography, and detailed instructions for folding and cooking dumplings, this cookbook is a jumping-off point for creating your own galaxy of flavors.
The anonymous Michelin inspectors visit hundreds of establishments each year and only the best make it through. This year there are 60 new entries. More than 535 restaurants have been selected, from gastropubs to luxury restaurants. Those that really stand out are given awards. This year there are 72 Starred restaurants and 50 Bib Gourmands, which offer good quality food at a great price. Look out too for our new award, the Plate, which identifies restaurants offering a good meal. Our 2018 restaurant selection is also available as an app and online. Other Michelin apps include the Europe restaurant guide, ViaMichelin, to help you plan your route and Michelin Travel, to help you discover new places.
A behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of a top New York restaurant goes into the kitchens to capture the everyday drama, crises, organization, and culinary expertise of Le Bernardin, in a volume that also includes some of the institution's signature modern French dishes.
Author: Eric Ripert
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2016-05-17
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Hailed by Anthony Bourdain as “heartbreaking, horrifying, poignant, and inspiring,” 32 Yolks is the brave and affecting coming-of-age story about the making of a French chef, from the culinary icon behind the renowned New York City restaurant Le Bernardin. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NPR In an industry where celebrity chefs are known as much for their salty talk and quick tempers as their food, Eric Ripert stands out. The winner of four James Beard Awards, co-owner and chef of a world-renowned restaurant, and recipient of countless Michelin stars, Ripert embodies elegance and culinary perfection. But before the accolades, before he even knew how to make a proper hollandaise sauce, Eric Ripert was a lonely young boy in the south of France whose life was falling apart. Ripert’s parents divorced when he was six, separating him from the father he idolized and replacing him with a cold, bullying stepfather who insisted that Ripert be sent away to boarding school. A few years later, Ripert’s father died on a hiking trip. Through these tough times, the one thing that gave Ripert comfort was food. Told that boys had no place in the kitchen, Ripert would instead watch from the doorway as his mother rolled couscous by hand or his grandmother pressed out the buttery dough for the treat he loved above all others, tarte aux pommes. When an eccentric local chef took him under his wing, an eleven-year-old Ripert realized that food was more than just an escape: It was his calling. That passion would carry him through the drudgery of culinary school and into the high-pressure world of Paris’s most elite restaurants, where Ripert discovered that learning to cook was the easy part—surviving the line was the battle. Taking us from Eric Ripert’s childhood in the south of France and the mountains of Andorra into the demanding kitchens of such legendary Parisian chefs as Joël Robuchon and Dominique Bouchet, until, at the age of twenty-four, Ripert made his way to the United States, 32 Yolks is the tender and richly told story of how one of our greatest living chefs found himself—and his home—in the kitchen. Praise for Eric Ripert’s 32 Yolks “Passionate, poetical . . . What makes 32 Yolks compelling is the honesty and laudable humility Ripert brings to the telling.”—Chicago Tribune “With a vulnerability and honesty that is breathtaking . . . Ripert takes us into the mind of a boy with thoughts so sweet they will cause you to weep. He also lets us into the mind of the man he is today, revealing all the golden cracks and chips that made him more valuable to those around him.”—The Wall Street Journal “Eric Ripert makes magic with 32 Yolks.”—Vanity Fair “32 Yolks may not be what you’d expect from a charming, Emmy-winning cooking show host and cookbook author. In the book, there are, of course, scenes of elaborate meals both eaten and prepared. . . . But Ripert’s story is, for the most part, one of profound loss.”—Los Angeles Times “This book demonstrates just how amazing Eric’s life has been both inside and outside of the kitchen. It makes total sense now to see him become one of the greatest chefs in the world today. This is a portrait of a chef as a young man.”—David Chang
Author: Eric Ripert
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Release Date: 2014-06-25
Le Bernardin, New York's only four-star seafood restaurant, is renowned not only for its impeccable cuisine but also for its understated elegance. Now the Le Bernardin experience is made accessible to everyone in more than 100 meticulously formulated and carefully tested recipes for all courses, from appetizers through dessert. The food served in Le Bernardin's beautiful dining room is as subtle and refined as any in the world, and because fish and shellfish are often best turned out quickly and simply, the recipes in this book can be reproduced by any home cook. Maguy Le Coze traces the origins of Le Bernardin's "simplicity" to her late brother, Gilbert, the restaurant's legendary cofounder and first chef: "Gilbert was not a classically trained chef," she says. "He had never been to culinary school. When he cooked, he made things he liked, and things he knew. He focused on the quality and freshness of the fish. He made nages and vinaigrettes because he'd never made a hollandaise or a béarnaise. He focused on flavors that were delicate, subtle, herb-infused." Today, Chef Eric Ripert carries on that tradition with dishes such as Poached Halibut on Marinated Vegetables, Pan-Roasted Grouper with Wild Mushrooms and Artichokes, and Grilled Salmon with Mushroom Vinaigrette. And, of course, there are the desserts for which Le Bernardin is also so well known--from Chocolate Millefeuille to Honeyed Pear and Almond Cream Tarts. Essential to the experience of dining at Le Bernardin and to the Le Bernardin Cookbook are the dynamic and charming personalities of Maguy Le Coze and Eric Ripert, whose lively dialogue and colorful anecdotes shine from these pages as brightly as the recipes themselves.