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ETM appoints new head chef at Chiswell Street Dining Rooms

24 October 2014 by
ETM appoints new head chef at Chiswell Street Dining Rooms

ETM Group has made Pieter Fitz-Dreyer the new head chef of Chiswell Street Dining Rooms, in the City.

Prior to Chiswell Street Dining Rooms, Fitz-Dreyer was head chef at D&D London's South Place hotel where, as part of the pre-opening senior food and beverage team, he was responsible for 18 chefs overseeing all aspects of dining, including room service and large events catering.

He has also worked at the Atlantic hotel's Michelin-starred Ocean restaurant in Jersey and spent two years as head chef at the five-star Carlisle Bay resort in Antigua, West Indies. He also spent five years as head chef at the award-winning Indigo restaurant, One Aldwych hotel, Covent Garden.

In his new role, he will oversee all kitchen operations and the running of the foodservice from lunch through to afternoon tea and dinner.

Fitz-Dreyer said: "I am really excited to be part of ETM, a group I've always admired for their commitment to sourcing the very best British ingredients."

Operations director, for ETM Group, James Lyon-Shaw commented: "Pieter brings a huge amount of industry expertise and experience to help us take the food at Chiswell Street Dining Rooms to new and exciting heights."

Chiswell Street Dining Rooms is a Grade II listed property, located within the transformed Whitbread Brewery building, now home to five-star hotel, the Montcalm.

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