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This month in Premier Hospitality-Issue 5

Dear readers,

Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.

In this issue we have another round-up […]

Dear readers,

Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.

In this issue we have another round-up of fantastic leisure and hospitality projects, including Henry Tudor House, Ametsa restaurant and The Rum Kitchen. Housed within a Grade I Listed building in the centre of Shrewsbury, Henry Tudor House is a restaurant & bar, serving up a scrumptious range of food and drink. In July 2012 – after being bought by husband and wife team Clare and Graham Jenkins – the building underwent an extensive £750,000 refurbishment to give the site a much needed makeover.

Boasting a stunning conservatory, a luxurious private dining room and an array of imaginative features Henry Tudor House is the talk of the town and is the perfect place to gather friends and family.

Meanwhile, headed up by critically acclaimed team Arzak Instruction, Ametsa is a brand new restaurant opening this month. Situated in the Halkin Hotel, the Ametsa restaurant will replace the award-winning Nahm London, which has been at the Hotel since 2000.

Arzak Instruction was established to deliver the philosophies of a unique cooking style and the team includes Juan Mari Arzak, Elena Arzak, Mikel Sorazu, Igor Zalakain and Xabier Gutierrez. Guests can expect Michelin stared cuisine, using fresh, locally-sourced and organic produce.

And finally, The Rum Kitchen is a brand new site located on All Saint’s Road, in the heart of Notting Hill. The 60-cover Caribbean restaurant aims to become a local hang out and merges music and a desire for the ‘good life’ with fresh, seasonal produce and crafted cocktails. The Rum Kitchen is being steered by Head Chef Nickie McLeod who has worked extensively in restaurants across the UK and overseas. Nickie is famed for her ‘experimental’ cuisine which infuses fresh local ingredients with her passion for food – much to the delight of the customer’s taste buds. With some 20 years experience covering East Asian, Caribbean, Israeli, modern Australian and British cuisine, Nickie is thrilled to bring her culinary craft to All Saint’s Road.

Now, with all that and more in one issue it’s time to sit back as we serve up another delicious slice of Premier Hospitality.



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