Jenny Flynn, head chef at Faithlegg House Hotel is named Best Chef - Regional Winner Muster Good Eating guide 2017.
Jenny Flynn, head chef at Faithlegg House Hotel has been awarded 2017 Best Chef Munster at the annual Good Eating Guide awards that took place on Monday, April 10th at a lavish reception in Dublin’s Conrad Hotel.
Hosted by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, the event was attended by 125 food industry owners and representatives from across the country.
The 76 page Guide features over 150 hotel, restaurant and public house eating establishments across Ireland. 20,000 copies have been printed and are available free of charge at local tourist information offices or any of the Guide’s featured hotels, restaurants or participating pubs, the 2017 Good Eating Guide to Ireland is the 18th.annual edition of this publication.
An AA Rosette holder for the past six years and a proud member of Good Food Ireland, Faithlegg House Hotel holds 2 AA Rosettes for Culinary Excellence. Head chef, Jenny Flynn’s delicious cuisine showcases all that is best and finest from local artisan producers. Her passion for local suppliers and using the abundance of great ingredients on her doorstep in Waterford continues to inform her creative and delectable food at Faithlegg House Hotel.
Commenting the win, Jenny Flynn said, “I am honoured to receive this award. I have a great community of local producers working with me to supply the very best of ingredients used throughout the menu at Faithlegg, not to mention the fantastic team in the kitchen without whom such awards would not be achievable.”
“Creating an enjoyable and memorable dining experience for each guest is central to every dish prepared and served at Faithlegg. Food is becoming an increasingly significant factor for consideration when people are choosing a destination for business or pleasure and at Faithlegg we strive to ensure that we consistently deliver on the food experience”, she added.
Experience Jenny’s award-winning cuisine for yourself at the perennially popular Roseville Rooms at Faithlegg House Hotel. The Roseville Rooms’ distinctive layout – created from two of the original ornate drawing rooms in the original house interconnecting with a garden conservatory – remains untouched but with subtle and elegant shades of old gold, cream and sage green, a dramatic patterned brocade wall treatment and rich plaid carpets, the restaurant is now an even more polished and sophisticated setting in which to enjoy chef Jenny Flynn’s fine food.