Five Star chef heads west

celtic ross

Posted on: 6th May, 2014

Category: Food & Wine

Contributor: West Cork People

Neil Grant, the recently appointed General Manager at the Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery is delighted to announce that Graeme Campbell has joined his management team as Executive Head Chef.

Graeme has spent the previous seven years as the Executive Chef at the five star Hayfield Manor Hotel in Cork city. General manager Neil says “I am delighted to welcome Graeme to our team.  He has wonderful experience and is committed to nurturing our core Kitchen team and bringing his exciting fresh ideas to the table!”

With an abundance of experience across Ireland and Scotland, Graeme is bringing his exceptional talents to the Celtic Ross Hotel. This family owned hotel places a special emphasis on tailoring weddings to each Bride and Groom’s requirements and Graeme believes “It is important that I meet all couples when they visit the hotel, to understand what they want from their meal to ensure that they enjoy their dream wedding. My goal is to supplement this amazing location with beautiful food.”

Graeme has always had a strong belief in sourcing and using local product and will continue to do so at the Celtic Ross Hotel.

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