Herb N’ Kitchen Restaurant Debuts at New York Hilton Midtown
Tuesday September 24th, 2013 - 9:46AM EKB
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NEW YORK--Hilton Hotels & Resorts today announced the launch of Herb N’ Kitchen, its new dining concept that infuses fresh, local gourmet food into an upscale restaurant and convenient culinary market.
Now open inside New York Hilton Midtown, the first Herb N’ Kitchen offers locals and travelers healthy fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner; and the choice of restaurant dining at their leisure, meals packaged to take away or in-room delivery for hotel guests. Capitalizing on the trend of increased transparency, Herb N’ Kitchen invites guests into the dining experience by enabling them to see their meals prepared, while offering locally sourced ingredients and fresh packaging.
“With casual dining on the rise, our guests can enjoy quick, healthy and gourmet food options at value-driven prices,” stated Beth Scott, VP, global product development, food & beverage, Hilton Worldwide. “Herb N’ Kitchen provides a fresh, approachable and gourmet concept that engages guests by offering five integrated zones for the ultimate in customization.”
Herb N’ Kitchen provides a wide variety of food from salads, sandwiches and flatbreads to signature specialty items and regional gourmet treats to main courses that appeal to local and international guests. Additionally, the self-service model offers diners the flexibility to enjoy different experiences as the space transitions from lunch to dinner to include options such as live-action stations. Guests also have the option to enjoy meals in the comfort of their hotel rooms at New York Hilton Midtown via the Herb N’ Kitchen delivery service.
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