Having worked with the finest chefs, Cambridge-born Adam Simmonds has had a full and vivid career, building two UK restaurants to Michelin star quality, combining skill and passion to give sophisticated food and stylish presentation.
Adam’s passion was ignited aged 14 and he quickly progressed to the lights of London, aged 18, where he developed his skills as an apprentice and commis chef at La Gavroche. His hunger and determination to succeed in the world of fine dining took him to The Ritz Restaurant, The Halkin, The Conservatory at The Lanesborough, Les Saveurs, L’Escargot, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons and The Greenway.
Adam moved to Ynyshir Hall in Wales, where he earned his first Michelin star in 2006, before moving on to Danesfield House, where he received a second star for Adam Simmonds at Danesfield House, as well as a plethora of accolades and awards.
Having spent almost 7 years at Adam Simmonds at Danesfield House, the chef has now moved on to open his own restaurant in London. With his stunning success with Michelin stars Adam’s new venture is an exciting prospect for London’s fine-dining scene.