Who are the hardest working executive chefs you know?

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There are just a few more days to go until the nomination deadline for the 2020 FEJ Awards – and one of the categories that we’re inviting recommendations for is the ‘Group Executive Chef of the Year’.

Open to group exec chefs, food & beverage directors and individuals in senior food development roles, the award last year was won by Wagamama’s Surendra Yejju.

Antony Bennett of Loungers, Arnaud Kaziewicz of Eat, Paul Jarvest of Revere Pub Company and Ross Pike of Oakman Inns & Restaurants were also all deservedly shortlisted.

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From creative menu development and food sourcing to kitchen specification and roll-outs, this accolade honours those individuals that are excelling in their posts.

So if you know somebody whose name deserves to be up in lights at the FEJ Awards on Wednesday 3 June in London, please email or submit an official nomination form, which you can download HERE.

The ‘Group Executive Chef of the Year’ category applies to individuals who hold that specific job title or an equivalent role within their organisation.

FEJ AWARDS 2019 WINNER: Executive Chef of the Year

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1 Comment

  1. Seamus Odonnell, one of the best person, amazing skills, is the right person who can teach you everything, is the right person on kitchen, all ways on time wen you need him, all ways is coming to help you,He never say no,
    Y love this person,
    The best chef,
    *the best operation chef of the year,
    He deserved, to be,*?

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