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Orchids At Palm Court At Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Rated “Five Stars – Extraordinary” By The Cincinnati Enquirer
November 05, 2009
CINCINNATI, Ohio - Orchids at Palm Court is pleased to announce that Polly Campbell, The Cincinnati Enquirer's Dining Editor, rated the restaurant "Five Stars - Extraordinary"!
"Every dish displays respect of the fundamentals combined with imagination and finesse. [Executive Chef Todd] Kelly is an ingredients fanatic, and he knows how to leave them simple to shine, but he can also work something magical to showcase them...The food, service, and grandeur of the room combine for an unforgettable dining experience... this is now the must-go fine dining restaurant in Cincinnati," said Campbell.
Orchids at Palm Court has been honored with numerous awards including being named the #1 restaurant in the area in an annual list compiled by Cincinnati Magazine (2009) and also the American Automobile Association's (AAA) coveted four-diamond award for excellence. The restaurant received the American Culinary Federation's (ACF) "Award of Excellence" in 2007 and Pastry Chef Kathleen Kessler was awarded the ACF's "Pastry Chef of the Year" honor in 2008!
Orchids at Palm Court is part of The Restaurants at Palm Court which also include The Bar at Palm Court and The Grille at Palm Court. They are located in the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, 35 West Fifth Street, downtown Cincinnati. The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza is one of the world's finest examples of French art deco architecture and the restaurant features rare Brazilian rosewood walls with German silver-nickel metalwork and lighting fixtures. The two-story ceiling features large Romanesque murals and on the north end of the restaurant is an original Rookwood Pottery fountain flanked by two large seahorses which illustrates the magnificent examples of art deco in the restaurant. The hotel is a charter member of Historic Hotels of America, is a registered National Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.