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New Head Chef Ross Bruce @ The Felin Fach Griffin

New Head Chef Ross Bruce @ The Felin Fach Griffin

Felin Fach

The Felin Fach Griffin, near Brecon, one of Wales’ original dining pubs with rooms and The 2011 Good Pub Guide’s Welsh Dining Pub of the Year, has a new Head Chef in charge of its kitchen.


Ross Bruce has been promoted from Sous Chef following the departure of previous incumbent Simon Potter to the sunny climes of the South of France. Ross joined The Griffin’s kitchen under Ricardo van Ede in March 2008 as a Chef de Partie and has moved effortlessly through the ranks, serving as Sous Chef under Simon Potter until March this year.


Nestled between the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains, The Felin Fach Griffin is owned, together with West Cornwall’s The Gurnard’s Head, by Monmouthshire brothers Charles and Edmund Inkin. The Inkins’ belief in “The Simple Things in Life, Done Well” is reflected upstairs in seven comfortable bedrooms, good Welsh beers and elegant and well flavoured food.


Of his promotion, Ross comments “This is my first Head Chef role and I am really excited that I now have the chance to make the things that motivate me the things that determine the road that we take day in day out. Freshly baked bread, vegetables picked just 50 paces away, pigsThe Felin Fach Griffin, near Brecon, one of Wales’ original dining pubs with rooms and The 2011 Good Pub Guide’s Welsh Dining Pub of the Year, has a new Head Chef in charge of its kitchen.

 

www.felinfachgriffin.co.uk

 

 

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