Argyll chef to serve up best of Highland larder

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The Bridge of Orchy Hotel near Glen Coe has appointed chef David Hetherington to lead its mission to create a foodie haven in the Highlands.

Hetherington previously held the position of head chef at the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel in Luss, and last year was crowned Provenance Chef of the Year by the Scottish Food Awards and Academy.

As head chef at The Finnieston in 2017, he led the restaurant to win Glasgow Restaurant of the Year and in 2012 he took part in BBC’s MasterChef, The Professionals.

Originally from Arrochar , David is known for his eye-catching dishes with bold flavours created using locally sourced, seasonal produce.

David said: ‘I’m delighted to join the team at the Bridge of Orchy Hotel in such a beautiful part of the world and I’m looking forward to introducing new seasonal menus that reflect the wonderful flavours found here in the Highlands.’