The Welsh executive chef and director of food and beverage at Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa in Wiltshire has spoken of his pride that three of his brigade have won the coveted National Chef of Wales title in the past six years.
A North Wales head chef is the new Junior Chef of Wales after winning a final cook-off against four rivals at the Welsh International Culinary Championships (WICC) last Thursday.
The new National Chef of Wales is Thomas Herbert from Bridgend who works who works at Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Chippenham.
A chance of a lifetime trip to the Worldchefs Congress 2022 in Abu Dhabi is part of the attractive prize awaiting the winner of the Junior Chef of Wales final next week.
A prize of £1,000, a prestigious title and a coveted dragon trophy await the winner of the National Chef of the Wales final next week when five talented chefs put their culinary skills to the test in the heat of the kitchen.
Ten chefs will cook off in the finals of Wales’ two premier culinary competitions later this month, with fantastic prizes awaiting the winners.
Wales is to have its own heat of the Riso Gallo Young Risotto Chef of UK and Ireland for the first time next month.
Fantastic prizes are on offer in competitions to find the best chefs in Wales which have been launched this week.
The three-day Welsh International Culinary Championships (WICC) is set to return in February next year.
The event will be held from February 22-24 at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s campus in Rhos-on-Sea and will run alongside the National and Junior Chef of Wales contests.
A successful partnership between the Culinary Association of Wales and Grŵp Llandrillo Menai spanning a decade has been celebrated with the signing of a new agreement.