The acclaimed Jeremy Wares at Houstoun House
restaurant within Macdonald Houstoun House has
been awarded a second AA rosette, marking a significant achievement
for the fine-dining venue led by award-winning executive chef
With Master Chef of Great Britain Jeremy Wares at the helm along
with head chef David Murray, the team have developed the
restaurant's offering to a consistently high standard, reflecting
the Macdonald Hotels & Resorts commitment to sourcing the
finest ingredients from around the UK. Having opened just less than
a year ago, this recent accolade is a resounding acknowledgement of
the work that has been done in this time to achieve higher
standards and improved consistency.
Commenting on the award, Jeremy said: "We're absolutely thrilled
to have been awarded a second AA rosette. Since launching in 2012
we have been working incredibly hard to offer guests an exceptional
dining experience, and ultimately reach this goal.
"As one of the flagship destinations in the Macdonald Hotels &
Resorts group, we pride ourselves on serving only the best
dishes in our restaurant, concentrating on quality fresh and
"We're looking forward to continuing our success and building on
this fantastic achievement in the coming months."
Wares was brought on board last year to bring a fresh pair of
eyes to the team, along with a wealth of experience having spent
over 20 years in the industry. He has worked in some of the best
restaurants in the world and had the pleasure of cooking for a host
of celebrities and well-known figures including the late Princess
Diana, President Mitterrand and Hollywood greats Michael Caine,
Liam Neeson and the actress Joanna Lumley.
Offering locally sourced cuisine with a modern twist, all dishes
at Jeremy Wares at Houstoun House
are based on only the finest freshest and where possible locally
sourced produce, always prepared from whole raw ingredients.
Jeremy Wares at Houstoun House,
just two minutes from the M8 motorway, is located within the
beautiful interior of Macdonald Houstoun House Hotel
that dates back to the 16th century and once hosted Mary
Queen of Scots.