Stuart Gillies

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Stuart Gillies is an English chef and former CEO of the Gordon Ramsay Group, appointed in 2016 after working as managing director for the group from 2011.[1]

After training in the UK, Gillies spent a year in Rome at the Lord Byron Hotel, and three years in Stockholm, Sweden. He then moved to Daniel's in New York City, working under the direction of Daniel Boulud.[2] On returning to the UK, he worked at Le Caprice in London. He joined Angela Hartnett as head chef at The Connaught, before opening the Gordon Ramsay-owned Boxwood Café in May 2003.[2] He was chef director at the reopened Savoy Hotel from October 2010,[3] and at Plane Food.[2]

Gillies has appeared on television on GMTV, and as a guest on BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen. He was chosen to compete in the second series of the Great British Menu in Spring 2007, losing in the south-east England heat to Atul Kochhar. He lives in Chislehurst with his wife and four sons, where has recently opened The Bank House restaurant.

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  1. ^ "Flurry of senior appointments at Gordon Ramsay Gro..." The Caterer. 2 March 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Profile: Stuart Gillies, managing director, Gordon..." The Caterer. 17 April 2014.
  3. ^ "Savoy Hotel to re-open in London". CNN. Archived from the original on 29 September 2011. Retrieved 9 August 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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