CHICAGO, Ill., Jan. 5, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Deborah Gonderil, publisher of “Restaurants Recommended,” could not find a restaurant ratings guide that not only incorporated multiple cities, but one that provided unprejudiced and genuine opinions of professional reviewers. As a result, she set out to compile a series of sources of reviews from professional food critics. “Restaurants Recommended” (ISBN: 978-1466283176) is the end result.
“Restaurants Recommended” is a guide to more than 600 restaurants in 40-plus cities around the U.S. Cities include: New York, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle, and more. Reviews are based on the 2011 positive recommendations of local, national and international food and travel critics.
“The cities were chosen based on size and popularity as business or leisure destinations,” says Gonderil. “And, readers can trust these reviews to be more reliable than the run-of-the-mill blogs because they are written by industry experts. Their opinions are unsolicited and based on repeated, anonymous visits.”
This restaurant guide includes many lists such as: “2011 Best Restaurants;” “2011 Best New Restaurants;” and “Hot Restaurants.”
So, whether you are a business or leisure traveler, there is truly something for everyone in this guide. It incorporates a wide range of dining styles, pricing, types of cuisine and decor.
“Restaurants Recommended” is approximately 175 pages. It is available in paperback for $9.00 or in a Kindle version for $7.00 at www.restaurantsrecommended.com . This same website also serves to complement the book and will be updated frequently.
“It’s more of a living, breathing document,” explains Gonderil.
About the Author:
Gonderil has a long history working as a market research executive. She has lived and worked in New York; Chicago; Los Angeles; and Miami and has traveled to countless cities throughout the U.S. It was while visiting these cities that she developed a personal interest in the arts and food, culminating in the release of “Restaurants Recommended.”