Sally Bee, TV chef and author, has joined forces with Staffordshire’s Hoar Cross Hall Spa Hotel to launch a new healthy restaurant concept.
The Grade-II listed Hoar Cross Hall Spa Hotel will open Sally Bee’s Nutrilicious in April, as part of a wider £2.5m renovation strategy at the luxury resort.
The ‘guilt free’ restaurant has seen Bee spend months designing the menu to ensure that every ingredient used offers direct health benefits. Sally Bees will also stock a large range of cold press juices and super-food smoothies made daily on site.
Alongside the new restaurant, Bee will also be offering nutritional consultations on selected days for spa goers interested in learning more about health.
Sally Bee commented: “I have always stood by the philosophy that the key to life is balance. I have worked with Hoar Cross Hall Spa Hotel over the last year to develop a menu that is nutritionally balanced, wonderfully flavoursome, and uncompromisingly good, and I’m enormously excited to share it with everyone.”
Adrian Pearson, group managing director, of Hoar Cross Hall said: “At Hoar Cross Hall we aim to be at the forefront of healthy living. Consumers are becoming more demanding when it comes to their food and rightly so! We must question what exactly is in our food? What is its provenance? How was it prepared? What are the health benefits to me? This is leading to a welcome redefining of what can genuinely be called healthy and this is important. With Sally Bee at the helm we want to be at the forefront of this healthy eating revolution.”