Goldman Sachs employees ate well on Thursday last week.
Bloomberg New reports that instead of the typical corporate fare at their 11th-floor cafeteria in lower Manhattan, hungry bankers, traders and office workers found finer offerings: dishes by award-winning French chef Daniel Boulud.
The chef, whose eponymous restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side offers a seven-course tasting menu for $234, appeared in person and signed books, according to Tiffany Galvin, a company spokeswoman.
The event was part of “Chef Spotlight,” a daily feature at Goldman Sachs’s cafeteria that typically includes a special menu item but occasionally means visits from famous chefs, Galvin said.
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