The Eden Hotel Collection has announced that Adam Brown has been appointed executive chef at Mallory Court Hotel in Leamington Spa.
Brown joins the hotel from his role at Brockencote Hall Hotel – where sous chef Tim Jenkins has now been promoted to head chef- after five years.
Aside from heading up the hotel’s flagship restaurant The Dining Room, which boasts 3 AA Rosettes, Brown will also now oversee Mallory Court’s more casual dining option, The Brasserie.
The hotel is also opening a new Elan Spa in the spring of 2017, which will include the launch of an all-day dining option.
Completing the picture is the growing conference and wedding business at the hotel, which will also be overseen by Brown.
Brown brings a wealth of experience with him to Mallory Court, having trained in top kitchens across the country, from Restaurant Gordon Ramsay to Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham.
He has spent much of his career with the Eden Hotel Collection’s portfolio of luxury hotels, having previously worked as sous chef at Mallory Court Hotel, Brown was then appointed head chef of The Arden Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, before becoming head chef at Brockencote Hall Hotel in Worcestershire in 2011.
Brown says: “Returning to Mallory Court at such a key time in the hotel’s development is a real opportunity. I am a big believer in local provenance and sustainability and, with that in mind, I look forward to taking the hotel’s award-winning cuisine to the next level. I will be creating innovative British menus using the very best ingredients from Warwickshire and the surrounding area’s local larder.”