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The Cornwall Hotel & Spa

New head chef at the helm of The Cornwall Hotel

The Cornwall Hotel & Spa has welcomed a new head chef, Kai Taylor, who joins the team following a move from Gloucestershire.

Located at Tregorrick near St Austell in Cornwall, the luxury hotel is open to guests and non-residents for breakfast through to lunch and dinner, served in the restored Victorian manor house. Last year the hotel launched Cornwall’s first and only Laura Ashley the Tea Room, serving brunch and quintessentially English afternoon teas with a Cornish twist.

Kai earned his first head chef position at just 21, achieving five AA rosettes in his first two years. He went on to hold the title of executive chef at hotels including The Bristol and Stanton Manor and most recently helped launch the Stables Restaurant in Chipping Sodbury.

“I would describe my cooking style as honest, simple and natural,” says Kai. “I love working with smaller, artisan food producers and the mutual-respect with these food heroes is what motivates me in the kitchen. My family and I decided to move down to Cornwall after falling in love with the approach to life here and I’m really excited to be translating this laid-back lifestyle, coupled with the finest local Cornish produce, to the menus at The Cornwall Hotel.”

“We’re delighted to have Kai on board,” says General Manager Rebecca Coonan. “Having honed his skills abroad and with some fantastic establishments and experience under his belt he’s a great addition to the team. His style of cooking is a perfect match for the hotel’s dining ethos, which is first and foremost relaxed, inviting and sociable.”

Dining highlights at The Cornwall include a regularly changing specials menu, afternoon teas – including savoury, vegan and gluten-free options – and traditional Sunday roast. The perennial weekend favourite is now being served on sharing boards, perfect for family and group get-togethers. There is a dedicated children’s menu and a special Winnie the Pooh themed afternoon tea is being served through until Easter. Locals can take advantage of packages combining a spa treat and dining experience, visit the website for more information www.thecornwall.com.