Roy Brett to oversee two restaurants at upcoming St Andrews hotel Seaton House

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Ondine chef Roy Brett to oversee two restaurants at upcoming St Andrews hotel Seaton House

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Ondine chef Roy Brett is to oversee two restaurants at upcoming St Andrews five-star boutique hotel Seaton House.

Expected to open in August next year, the 40-bedroom property’s flagship restaurant will be called Ondine St Andrews with Brett also set to create an as yet unamed all-day restaurant, bar, and lounge. 

Brett launched Ondine in Edinburgh’s Old Town in 2009 having previously worked at restaurants including London’s Le Caprice and Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant in Cornwall. 

The high-profile seafood restaurant is a regular on Restaurant’s list of the top 100 restaurants in the UK.

Valor Hospitality Partners, a global, hotel management company in partnership with US based Links Collection, will operate the hotel, which overlooks the Royal & Ancient clubhouse and first tee on the world-famous Old Course at St Andrews.

“Having lived away from Scotland for over 30 years, it is a thrill to be back working on such an incredible project in the beautiful St Andrews,” says Euan McGlashan, global co-founder and chief executive officer at Valor Hospitality Partners.”

“Our wonderful owners have been intimately involved in all the design details, ensuring their love of hospitality and golf, particularly in Scotland and Ireland, is projected in a way that is residential in feel with a very distinct sense of place and all the modern conveniences our guests will expect.”

 “The town of St Andrews have been supportive all along and we are eager to make the local residents very proud of Seaton House. The incredible food and beverage offerings are aimed at guests and locals alike, and we hope that Ondine becomes a fan favourite in the town.”

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