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The Caterer: Menuwatch
Situated within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s no wonder Olly Pierrepont left the capital for a new life at the Driftwood hotel on the Roseland Peninsula. Amanda Afiya pays a visit.
When Driftwood veteran Chris Eden announced his decision to leave the Portscatho hotel last spring, nobody would have predicted that the head chef of London’s La Trompette restaurant in Chiswick would become his successor.
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With the newly released Michelin guide revealing acclaimed Cornwall restaurant, Driftwood, no longer has its Michelin star, the team behind the eatery remains upbeat – with its newly appointed Head Chef heralding a new culinary direction.
Head Chef, Olly Pierrepont, has extensive Michelin level experience on his CV, but the transitional period of putting his own signature style on the kitchen came at peak inspection season, which meant the team at Driftwood anticipated the loss of its Michelin star.Learn More
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The Michelin-starred restaurant at the Driftwood hotel in Cornwall has appointed Oliver Pierrepoint as head chef.
Pierrepoint will take over the reigns of the kitchen on 7 August from Chris Eden who is moving to the role of executive head chef at Gidleigh Park in Chagford, Devon, after 12 years at Driftwood.Learn More