The Hotel Inspector recruits new head chef

By Emma Eversham

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David Williams is appointed head chef at the Trinity restaurant at Ruth Watsons Crown & Castle hotel and business caterer Flying Chef promotes Greg Ciemiega to head chef

Hotel Inspector Ruth Watson has appointed former Chapter One head chef David Williams head chef at The Trinity restaurant at the Crown & Castle​ hotel in Suffolk.

The 36-year-old chef who has also worked at Alimentum in Cambridge and Greywalls in Gullane, was recruited by Watson, co-proprietor of the hotel in Orford and presenter of the Channel 5 series.

Williams takes on the role six months after the death of former head chef Max Dougal, who was killed in a road accident.

He will be in charge of the kitchen and staff training and plans to retain the restaurant`s `honesty and integrity of style that has proved so popular with both customers and critics`.

Business caterer Flying Chef​ has also promoted employee Greg Ciemiega from sous to head chef. In his new role Ciemiega will be responsible for a team of chefs, food safety and kitchen administration.

New staff join Dolce and Radisson SAS hotels and The Wee Restaurant

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