Celebrated chefs help to train, develop and improve our teams.
Their skill and knowledge allows us to bring a diverse range of experience into our business and deliver memorable experiences for our customers.
Born into a warm, hospitable family in Liverpool, John spent much of his childhood cooking with his Nan. Today, when he is not cooking or teaching classes at The Woodspeen in West Berkshire, he is foraging the county for delicious ingredients.
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Tom believes that you are only as good as your last meal. He combines classic French techniques with seasonal Scottish ingredients at his Michelin Star restaurant, where many of our team go to gain experience.
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Mark, who is a Dorset native, is passionate about local sourcing and preserving his connections to the community. The restaurants that Mark operates in London and Dorset are very often test beds for our chefs development.
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Nigel's passion for seasonal, British cuisine is evident in all that he produces. The time that Nigel invests in our chefs in the North-West has payed dividends in raising food standards across the board.
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Alyn has worked in some of the finest kitchens in the UK. The experience that he has collected has helped him to achieve a 'National Chef of the Year' title, a Michelin Star restaurant and three AA rosettes.
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Mark knew from an early age that he wanted to cook. Growing up in the Kent countryside taught him to celebrate the seasons through his love of cooking.
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Samoan-born Monica has twelve years of experience from the legendary Le Gavroche. Her cooking is inspired by her time spent in Samoa and New Zealand and she will be opening her first restaurant, Mere, in 2017.