Marco Pierre White To Open New Sheffield Restaurant
Marco Pierre White is to open a new restaurant in Sheffield.
The new Marco Pierre White restaurant, which will be a Steakhouse Bar & Grill, will open at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Sheffield Park and is expected to start welcoming guests towards the end of June.
Dubbed the godfather of modern cooking, the famed chef and restaurateur has led the UK restaurant scene for over 25 years and is regarded by many to have single-handedly dragged it to be regarded as one of, if not, the world's finest food destinations.
Having helped kick-start the careers of many famous chefs including Gordon Ramsay, Heston Blumenthal and Jason Atherton, all of whom trained under him, he has now confirmed that his latest addition will be at the popular hotel that's located in the leafy suburb which is just five miles from the Peak District National Park.
Famed for his no-nonsense approach, he is looking forward to bringing his brand of dining to the region with the restaurant comprising…
Service Is Key To A Great Meal Out Says Marco Pierre White
Marco Pierre White says service is more important than food and that if the environment is wrong, customers will not return to a restaurant.
With 21st May being National Waiters and Waitresses Day, the famed restauranteur wants people across the UK to not only go out and enjoy a good meal but also thank the front of house staff that make their dining experiences so special.
Pierre White, whose MPW Restaurant estate comprises 45 franchised venues across the UK, said: "Some of the best restaurants I have eaten in didn't necessarily serve the best food. It's more about the environment and in particular the service. That's what makes a good meal great.
"When people go out to spend their hard-earned money, they want to be treated with respect and courtesy. If the service is good, then you don't mind waiting a little longer for your meal. One of the most important aspects for any restaurant to get right is to make the guests feel special; for waiting staff to be attentive,…