Thursday, July 25, 2024

Rutland resort welcomes new Executive Head Chef, and Restaurant & Bar Manager

July brings fresh, new talent to Rutland Hall Hotel in the guise of Christian Koroma and Michael Crompton.

Christian joins the 4-star lakeside resort as Executive Head Chef while Michael joins the hotel as Restaurant & Bar Manager.

The duo have worked together in previous roles for over five years, and between them have clocked up several decades of hospitality experience which they will put to good use at this prime Rutland resort.

With Christian firmly at the helm of all kitchen operations across the resort, which includes Blossoms restaurant, corporate and event functions in the Lakeside Suite and Pavilion Venue, and the forthcoming Four Roots Wellness space, the menus are all being reviewed and refreshed to reflect the new chef’s passion for using fresh, local and seasonal produce.

“I like everything to be made in house and will be revising all the menus, including introducing a new terrace dining option, expanding the afternoon tea offering and more,” explains Christian.

“I’m keen for us to use local growers and to pick our own produce where possible,” he adds.

The new Restaurant & Bar Manager, Michael, is keen to express his drive and commitment towards customer satisfaction.

“I am absolutely passionate about our guests and creating happy and memorable experiences every time they visit. I am looking to deliver the wow factor here at Blossoms; ensuring that the great food and great service we provide gives all our guests a first-rate experience.”

The owners of Rutland Hall are committed to the ongoing development of the resort. Following the opening of the grand Pavilion Venue earlier this year which seats up to 450 guests and is the largest of its kind in the county, the resort is also opening a new wellness centre, called Four Roots, later this summer.

An exciting calendar of new events and menus will be announced over the coming weeks.

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