Meet Flynn McGarry, the wunderkind of New York's fine dining scene. 

If you're familiar with what's happening in the Big Apple's rapidly changing food landscape, you'll likely have heard of 19-year-old McGarry. 

The teenager, who has been widely praised for his innovative culinary abilities since the age of 13, operates his own restaurant called Gem.

The Lower East Side-based tasting-menu restaurant and McGarry's other ventures form the narrative of a new documentary, "Chef Flynn." 

The picture charts McGarry's unwavering obsession with cooking. Around the age of 10, he convinced his mother Meg to allow him to turn his bedroom into a kitchen so he could practice his skills.

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By the age of 12, he was serving multi-course meals to a room full of diners (and charging them per head) and he landed on the cover of the New York Times Magazine by age 15.

The Los Angeles-born Irish American prodigy has been called the "Justin Bieber of food" - and has since completed stages at the world's best restaurants including Eleven Madison Park, Alinea, Next, and Geranium.

"I'm 19 years old, but I don't have a girlfriend - I have a restaurant," the youth told The Times recently.

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Gem seats 18 people twice a night for a $155 12- to 15-course tasting menu, including gratuity.  Diners can expect small plates and a few "family style portions and dessert".

“The format follows a dinner party, like the ones I started throwing at 13,” McGarry said.

For more information about Gem, see here.