Little Donkey Boston As one of Boston's most notable chefs and restaurateurs, Chef Ken Oringer's interest in restaurants began as a child in New Jersey. Mesmerized by early dining experiences with his family at New York City's many restaurants, Ken's youthful interest blossomed into the beginnings of his restaurant career as a teenage dishwasher in a local restaurant. At Silks, he began to attract attention for his distinctive, Asian-accented style and his flair for making the most out of cutting-edge ingredients. Traveler magazine named Silks "one of the top twenty restaurants in America," and raves followed in the Zagat Survey and Gourmet. In , Ken returned to Boston to open Clio, an elegant restaurant within The Eliot Hotel serving a contemporary French-American menu that marries schooled technique with an artful, Asian-inspired approach. Clio was named one of Gourmet magazine's "Top 50 Restaurants in America" that same year.
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