Extra PR Scotland for Glasshouse Chef
Wednesday, March 31st, 2010
on behalf of Glasshouse Off The Mile
The new restaurant, aims to make high quality dining affordable to everyone. Steven Adair quotes in the article: ‘I always want to create a relaxed dining experience where the quality of the food speaks for itself.’
The menu will contain food that the people of Edinburgh actually like and this, he adds: “will bring confidence back to the consumer. Very important in these challenging economic times.”
Steven was previously head chef at leading Edinburgh restaurant, The Tower and also ran the award winning The Glasshouse at Eskmills in Musselburgh for three years, until the restaurant closed in early february.
He will be joined at the restaurant by Steven Thomson, who was formally the head chef at The GlassHouse in Eskmills.
Of the restaurant’s location in the stylish Fraser Suites hotel – a restored landmark Grade B building at St. Giles st – he says: “It is a fantastic venue for a restaurant and a great oppurtunity for me to bring my food back to the city centre.”
The restaurant will operate as a seperate business venture to the hotel. It will be open from breakfast to supper everyday, offering customers and guests; breakfast, room service, luxury guest hampers and corporate menus.
The full article can be read in the Edinburgh Herald and Post and was secured thanks to a successful PR and social media campaign carried out by publi relations agency The Holyrood PR.
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