Price takes executive head chef role at Dalmahoy

George Sell By George Sell
29 August 2019 | Updated 29 August 2019

UK: Bruce Price has joined the newly-refurbished Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club in Ednburgh as executive head chef.

Price, three times winner of the Scottish chef of the Year award, joins from Crieff Hydro Hotel where he was executive head chef for six years. He has also worked at The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews and Apex Hotels. 

Price said: "My first job will be to look at menu planning for the season ahead. I'll be complementing excellent Scottish produce with some international influences I've picked up on my travels and cooking in other countries.  Expect to see some innovations like a Kiwi Burger on the specials in The Brasserie!"

Price will head up a 24-strong kitchen team across Dalmahoy's Pentland Restaurant, the James Braid Bar and Brasserie, private dining areas as well as the hotel's conference, weddings and events catering offering.

Alistair Kinchin, general manager at Dalmahoy, said: "We're really pleased to welcome Bruce to our team here at Dalmahoy. We've worked hard to cement our culinary reputation in Edinburgh, and as a three-time Scottish Chef of the Year, it's a real coup to have enticed Bruce to join us. Bruce's stewardship heralds exciting times ahead for Dalmahoy as a food destination."

Dalmahoy was first built in 1725 as a grand baronial manor house. It is now an independently-branded four-star hotel, with 215 rooms.

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