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Tuesday, 5 May 2009

The Udny Arms Hotel Appoints Award Winning Head Chef

Twice AA Rosette awarded Kevin Hanlon has been appointed as the new Head Chef at The Udny Arms in Newburgh, Aberdeenshire. With over 12 years experience, Kevin has worked in some of the countries most celebrated and distinguished restaurant kitchens in the country, such as The Savoy Hotel in London and The Harbour Inn on the Isle of Islay.

Over the years, the Udny Arms restaurant has established a reputation for serving the finest, mouth-watering cuisine by serving traditional modern classics, with guests favouring the original sticky toffee pudding in particular. The new Head Chef plans to strengthen and extend the eatery’s quality offering by introducing a new menu that will still have all the traditional classics as well as several of his most popular, signature dishes of seafood and game.

Thrilled about the new appointment and the future for the restaurant, the General Manager of the Udny Arms, Patrick Mercer, said: “Kevin has a wealth of invaluable experience, having worked in some of the countries most respected kitchens, so we’re delighted to welcome him and excited to see his passion and enthusiasm for food create delicious dished for our diners.”

Patrick continues: “The new menu will complement our restaurant’s friendly, rustic atmosphere and I’m eager to find out what our diners think of Kevin’s dishes.”

Located on Main Street, the hotel has 30 luxury en-suite guest rooms with spectacular views over the Ythan River and just a stones throw away for Newburgh Golf Course.
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