Monday, November 30, 2020
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Chef’s Special: Adam Newth, Chef proprietor, The Tayberry, Broughty Ferry

With a passion for quality cuisine, coupled with a desire to raise Tayside’s profile on the culinary map, chef proprietor Adam Newth opened The Tayberry restaurant in 2015.
Fred Berkmiller

Chef’s Special: Fred Berkmiller, Chef proprietor, L’escargot bleu & L’escargot blanc, Edinburgh

Fred Berkmiller is chef proprietor of two Edinburgh restaurants: L’escargot bleu on Broughton Street and L’escargot blanc on Queensferry Street.
Warren Brown, Crieff Hydro

Chef’s Special: Warren Brown, Executive chef, Crieff Hydro, Perthshire

Perthshire hotel and resort Crieff Hydro has been in business for over 150 years and boasts several restaurants, offering everything from hot dogs to fine dining .
Yvonne Marshall

Chef’s Special: Yvonne Marshall, Head chef, The Benleva, Drumnadrochit

SLTN chats to Yvonne Marshall of The Benleva, Drumnadrochit
Gary Townsend

Chef’s Special: Gary Townsend, Head chef, Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens

Set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in Glasgow’s west end, Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens offers innovative, sophisticated dining from a team which is passionate about using fresh, local, seasonal produce.

Chef’s Special: Stewart Macaulay, Head chef, The Adamson, St Andrews

Inspired by classic brasserie cuisine, the restaurant’s menus major in local seasonal produce.

Chef’s Special: Scott Davies, Head chef, The Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

Scott Davies, head chef at The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye, creates dishes which reflect and celebrate the ingredients native to Skye and beyond.

Chef’s Special: Derek Johnstone, Head chef, Borthwick Castle, North Middleton

SLTN finds out the latest from Derek Johnstone, Head chef at Borthwick Castle .
Barath Kumar

Chef’s Special: Barath Kumar, Executive Head Chef

Using local Scottish produce, Barath’s kitchen produces a range of hearty and seasonal dishes.

Chef’s Special: Kat Wardrop Executive chef, Macdonald Drumrossie Hotel, Inverness

Macdonald Drumrossie Hotel in Inverness is set in nine acres of parkland and is a popular weddings destination. The hotel’s restaurant has two AA Rosettes and offers modern Scottish cuisine, prepared using the freshest ingredients