Talented chef steps up to the plate at D&D London’s South Place Hotel

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South Place Hotel in London has announced the appointment of Gary Foulkes as executive chef, to take the helm of the Michelin-starred seafood restaurant, Angler.

Foulkes, who recently departed from his role at two Michelin-starred Mayfair restaurant, The Square said he was ‘delighted’ to be joining the debut D&D hotel in the capital.

He brings with him 12 years’ experience of cooking and working in some of the UK’s top establishments.

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Beginning his career under the guidance of Richard Neat and Gary Rhodes, he has also held positions at The Vineyard at Stockcross and William Drabble’s Aubergine. Foulkes then progressed to head chef at The Square, the two Michelin-starred Anglo-French restaurant in Mayfair.

He has already introduced a selection of new dishes to the seafood-inspired menu at Angler.

D&D London’s managing director, David Loewi, said: “This is another exciting milestone in South Place Hotel’s three year journey. Angler is constantly evolving and innovating, and we believe Gary’s wealth of experience in some of the UK’s finest establishments will drive Angler forward to new heights.”


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