Garces Opening Asian Noodle and Dim Sum Concept at Revel Resort


Revel might be in bankruptcy but the troubled Atlantic City casino is still battling. The resort is considering reversing its no smoking policy and is implementing other changes to widen its appeal.

One of those modifications will involve chef Jose Garces. Garces, who has three restaurants at the resort (Distrito, Village Whiskey and Amada) is now looking to open a new Asian noodle and dim sum concept.

Garces Group is hiring for the restaurant and is currently looking for an executive sous chef with experience in Chinese and Japanese cuisine. The noodle bar will replace the former Plancha Bar. No word on an opening date.

Executive Sous Chef – Jose Garces’ Asian Noodle Bar [f8b8z Jobs]
Revel opens temporary restaurant [AC Insiders]

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  • Alimentarian

    Jose Starrces strikes again.

    • barrygster

      Starr pays to open restaurants… Jose gets paid to open restaurants.

  • Luscious Jackson

    Why do we drive on a parkway and park on a driveway?

  • yeah..thatguy

    His one handed effort to boost the whole bankruptcy scandal?? Over it….

  • chefoftheweek

    You’ve become successful?
    I hate you now.
    The Philadelphia Mentality

    • Dan

      If only his restaurants were good. Mostly they’re just small plate rip-offs with ludicrously over-priced cheap wine that you can get at the PLCB at a fraction of the price. Let’s get off his jock. He hasn’t cooked in any of his places since Amada opened and I’m not seeing the talent there that Starr gets.

      • sigh

        …and this type of comment proves the above point.

        • hater

          And I’m really pissed Bobby Flay doesn’t actually make the burgers over in U. City. Boy do I hate that.