The new head chef at an award winning restaurant has scored two AA rosettes after just eight weeks in the role.
Lee Bye added to Tuddenham Mill’s awards cabinet for culinary excellence after relaunching its food offering.
An AA inspector hailed the Mill’s food as ‘the highlight of the stay, well-presented and sexy’ while the service was ‘attentive, well-placed and balanced with a genuinely friendly approach’. Tudddenham Mill also retained its four AA stars with a merit and received a high 81 per cent score.
Lee said: “To get the two AA rosettes this quick shows the hard work and focus we have put in everyday. It is a real team effort and I am very proud of my boys.”
Adam Dabbs, general manager, added: “I’m delighted with the recent report from our AA inspection. I’m thrilled that Lee earned himself two AA rosettes only after eight weeks in his first head chef role.”