Eat Jersey 2020 chefs

We have a fantastic line-up of celebrated chefs joining us for the Eat Jersey Food Festival this year.

 

Daniel Clifford

Daniel Clifford spent the first 12 years of his career training in some of the best restaurants in the UK and France. Today he is widely regarded as one of the most inventive chefs of his generation.

Renowned for his modern British cooking, underpinned by an unmistakably French style, Daniel reinvents British classics using the finest local produce. He was awarded his first Michelin star in 2002 at Midsummer House, followed by his second in 2005. In addition, the restaurant holds five AA Rosettes. In 2014 Midsummer House was voted the Best Fine Dining Establishment in the UK. Daniel won Chef's Chef of the Year at the AA Awards in 2016 and he has twice won BBC’s Great British Menu.

Kuba Winkowski

Kuba Winkowski moved to the UK in 2004 to pursue his long-term dream to be a chef. After stints at Buckingham Palace, the British Embassy in Paris, Le Gavroche and Rhodes 24, Kuba started at the Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons. 

From 2012 he was Head Chef at The Feathered Nest Inn in the Cotswolds, gaining accolades including Sunday Times UK 100 Best Restaurants, Harden’s 100 Best UK restaurants, 3 AA rosettes, Michelin guide recommendation and National Chef of the Year 2019. In 2019 Kuba started a new concept, KUBAR. Kuba hopes to create a hub for the best food producers in the Cotswolds while preserving ancient techniques in modern cooking including wood fired and charcoal cooking.

Lee Westcott

Growing up in Hertfordshire, Chef Lee Westcott was drawn to the kitchen at the age of sixteen. After earning the trust of world-renowned London chef and restaurateur, Tom Aikens over four years, two of which as his Head Chef, Lee was then asked by Jason Atherton to oversee two of his restaurants in Hong Kong. 

He has also staged at two of the world’s leading restaurants – Noma (Copenhagen) and Per Se (New York). Most recently, Lee launched and directed Typing Room in London’s Town Hall Hotel for four years, to great critical acclaim. Lee opened Pensons in Herefordshire in January 2019, where he is currently Head Chef.

Simon Hulstone

Simon Hulstone has been cooking professionally since school and is one of the UK’s most decorated chefs.

In 2003, Simon won the Roux Scholarship and Craft Guild of Chefs National Chef of the Year 2008. Simon has twice represented the UK in the Bocuse d’Or, the world’s most prestigious culinary contest. At The Elephant, Simon has brought his extensive influence of traditional and world cuisine to Torbay, putting the English Riviera on the culinary map. The Elephant was awarded a Michelin star in 2005 which it maintains today. Simon and his chef father took over Burridge’s tea rooms on the Torquay harbourside in 2015. Outside of the restaurant, his highlights include working with Heston Blumenthal to create a 2012 Olympic menu for British Airways passengers.

Joe Baker

Joe took an unconventional path to becoming a chef including a degree in Literature and a Masters in Finance in London. Although he was constantly cooking and working in kitchens, he finally made the leap to become a chef full-time and gained experience at May The Fifteenth in South London and various other restaurants around the world. 

Joe considers himself to be largely self-taught and moved back to Jersey in 2016 to open his own restaurant, Number 10 in St. Helier, which he started with his parents, that same year. Number 10 is focused on serving modern British and European food in a relaxed setting. Joe appeared on Great British Menu in 2019.

William Curley

William Curley’s career began with an apprenticeship at Gleneagles Hotel and led him to train with some of the country’s finest chefs including Pierre Koffmann, Marc Meneau, Marco Pierre White and Raymond Blanc. 

William then became the youngest Chef Patissier in the history of The Savoy. He opened his business over thirteen years ago and has achieved numerous accolades including four times winner of Britain’s Best Chocolatier by The Academy of Chocolate. He is a member of Relais Dessert International, the most prestigious association for Patissier Chocolatiers. William achieved the Master of Culinary Arts by the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, the highest accolade awarded to UK chefs. He has a concession in Harrods, retailing exclusive chocolates. In 2019 he launches a new chocolate boutique in Soho.

Book a Table

For bookings of more than six people or to reserve a table in the Tasting Room please call 01534 744101 or email the Reservations team.


Opening Times 

Breakfast:
Mon-Fri: 07:00 to 10:00
Sat-Sun: 07:30 to 10:30
Bank Holidays: 07:30 to 10:30

Lunch:
Mon-Fri: 12:00 to 14:00
Sat-Sun: 12:30 to 14:30
Bank Holidays: 12:30 to 14:30

Afternoon Tea: 14:30 to 17:00

Dinner: 18:30 to 21:30

The Tasting Room:
Tue-Sat: 18:30 to 20:30


Get Directions »


Book a Room

AA Inspectors Choice
Visit Jersey
Small Luxury Hotels of the World
Luxury Jersey Hotels
Good Hotel Guide

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to upgrade your browser. Here are some instructions how to update or use a better web browser.