Treby Arms chef patron takes role at Alice in Wonderland-themed Devon hotel

By Daniel Woolfson

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Anton Piotrowski: new venture will satisfy "both seasoned travellers and fanatical foodies"
Anton Piotrowski: new venture will satisfy "both seasoned travellers and fanatical foodies"

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Anton Piotrowski, chef patron of the Treby Arms in Sparkwell, Devon has taken on a new role as executive chef for boutique hotel Glazebrook House.

The chef, whose pub came 19th​ in 2015’s Top 50 Gastropubs, opened the hotel’s new restaurant – now called Anton Piotrowski at the Glazebrook – with an exclusive dinner last week at the Alice in Wonderland-themed hotel.

Never forget

Anton Piotrowski:

The fit between what the Glazebrook House hotel stands for and what I stand for as a chef is perfect

He said: “The fit between what the Glazebrook House hotel stands for and what I stand for as a chef is perfect. Together we can put Devon on the map for both seasoned travellers and fanatical foodies, delivering an experience they’ll never forget.

Some of the dishes on offer at the hotel’s restaurant include turbot with rosti, foie gras, braised white cabbage and girolles mushrooms; Thai green mussels with kafia lime leaf, lemon grass, coconut foam, kohlrabi slaw and squid ink bread and dark chocolate and tonka bean parfait with granola and rose water foam.

Locally and regionally

Piotrowski added: “Add to this the fact we will continue to ensure that the produce we use is sourced locally and regionally, then overall we have a recipe for success.”

Piotrowski found himself in the culinary spotlight after winning 2012’s edition of Masterchef: the Professionals.

His cooking won the Treby Arms a Michelin star in 2014, which it has retained since. 

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