Chef Aaron Craze to open pub in Berkshire

By Mark Wingett

- Last updated on GMT

Aaron Craze, left, ran The Cock Inn in Essex for Jamie Oliver before returning to work at Fifteen when it closed.
Aaron Craze, left, ran The Cock Inn in Essex for Jamie Oliver before returning to work at Fifteen when it closed.
TV chef and former Fifteen graduate Aaron Craze is to open his second pub after taking on a site in Berkshire, according to BigHospitality's sister publication M&C Report.

Craze, who previously operated the Cock Inn in Beazley End in Essex, is set to open the Angel Inn in Woolhampton near Reading later this year as a gastropub.  

After graduating from Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, Craze moved on to The Ivy and Claridges before landing himself his own gastropub - the Cock Inn, which closed in 2008​. 

He returned to work at Fifteen as chef tournant following the Cock Inn closure where he supervised every area of the kitchen. 

A regular guest chef on Market Kitchen, Craze made his own exclusive series for the Good Food channel, Aaron Craze: Rude Boy Food and has written a cookery book called Aaron Cooks Italian.

This story was first published by M&C Report. To subscribe contact Emily Croft on 01293 846578 or email rzvyl.pebsg@jeoz.pbz

Related news

Show more

Spotlight

Follow us

Hospitality Guides

View more

Featured Suppliers

All suppliers