Merchant House Brasserie appoints new head chef

| June 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Merchant House Brasserie has appointed a new head chef, Peter Rimicans.

Mr Rimicans has over a decade of international culinary leadership experience and will put his wide variety of skills towards maintaining and further developing the Merchant House Brasserie’s high quality of service.

Mr Rimicans said: ‘As a motivated and dedicated chef, I have a vast knowledge of both classical and modern cooking styles and am looking forward to showcasing this at Merchant House Brasserie .Over many years I have also developed a great relationship with local suppliers, which will help ensure that we only offer our customers the highest quality produce.’

As Mr Rimicans is a qualified butcher, fishmonger, baker and patissiere, he hopes to guide his colleagues to success through his professional yet hospitable approach to leadership in the kitchen. His management techniques have seen him undertake roles in more than 14 restaurants, including several Michelin starred establishments, gaining various qualifications in health and safety.

Bill Dolan, chairman of Dolan Hotels is delighted with the appointment of Mr Rimicans as head chef. ‘I am pleased to welcome Mr Rimicans to the Merchant House Brasserie as his wealth of experience will be invaluable to the already strong team. His developed understanding of diverse working environments will see him settle in comfortably and I’m sure he will be a great asset to the group.’

Merchant House Brasserie offers a range of traditional, high quality dishes using reputably sourced ingredients from British and Irish farmers and fishermen. They provide a wide range of beers, ales, wines and cocktails to be enjoyed alongside their A La Carte menu. The Brasserie offers a comfortable interior dining area with a picturesque terrace.

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