Scottish Chef Awards 2002 - Winners PDF Print E-mail

Andrew Fairlie Takes Scotland's Culinary Crown

Andrew Fairlie of Gleneagles was the the unanimous choice of the judges to win the inaugural Scottish Chef of the Year Award. Winning the award propelled the Michelin-starred chef into the media forefront.with features in Sunday Times and Daily Mail.


Chefs Share Top Hotel Award

Charles Lockley of Boath House in Auldearn, near Nairn, shared the Scottish Hotel Chef of the Year Award with Simon Burns (left) of Greywalls in Gullane.


Paul Collins Wins Rural Chef Award

Paul Collins of the Loft in Blair Atholl (right) won the first-ever Rural Chef Award. Jean-Michel Gauffre of La Garrigue in Edinburgh picked up the City Chef trophy, while Peter Jukes of the Cellar in Anstruther was named Scottish Restaurant Chef of the Year.


Function Menu Award Split

James Murphy (pictured right with Andrew Fairlie) of the Glasgow Hilton shared the Function Menu Award with Duncan Gibson (left) of Arisaig House.


Neil and Quentin Are Top Young Chefs

Neil Mackenzie (left) of Martins in Edinburgh was named the Scottish Young Chef of the Year (aged 23-25). Quentin Aurelian (right) of the Grange Manor Hotel in Grangemouth won the Young Chef (under-22) category. Both chefs had to win a cook-off in front of top chef judges. Each chef was given a basket of ingredients and asked to produce a two-course meal, including recipes and costings.


Braehead Boss Takes Supplier Accolade

Craig Stevenson of the revamped Kilmarnock-based Braehead Foods was named the Supplier of the Year. Craig was singled out for his determination and for his commitment to fresh produce and bringing new quality ideas to chefs.



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