For the past four years, Christopher Lee has been touted as a â€śrising starâ€ť by many of the restaurant industryâ€™s informed tastemakers. The executive chef of Gilt at the New York Palace Hotel was named the â€ś2005 Rising Star Chef of the Yearâ€ť by the James Beard Foundation while still executive chef at Striped Bass in Philadelphia, and he earned a spot the next year on Food & Wine magazineâ€™s â€śBest New Chefsâ€ť list. In the fall of 2006, Lee returned home to New York to take over ...
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