Sodexo appoints new executive chef at Directors Table

11 February 2009 by
Sodexo appoints new executive chef at Directors Table

Sodexo has appointed Jim Norris as executive chef at its fine-dining division Directors Table.

Norris joins from Green and Fortune, operator of King's Cross art centre Kings Place, where he oversaw the 140-seat Rotunda restaurant and bar, Fortune café and events.

Norris was executive head chef with Searcys 1847 for more than six years at its contract at law firm Allen & Overy.

The appointment sees him reunited with recently installed Directors Table business director James Greetham, who joined Sodexo as business director last November having held a similar role at Searcys.

Greetham said: "Jim is a first rate chef who champions great food and service, and who is committed to sourcing local, sensitively grown produce. I have no doubt that with his drive and enthusiasm; he will make a significant difference to Directors Table."

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By Chris Druce

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