One of Scotland’s leading restaurants and Edinburgh-based Chef Patron Dominic Jack has been awarded with the most coveted accolade in the culinary world.
Castle Terrace Restaurant in Edinburgh was awarded with a Michelin star on 6 October after being tipped by Michelin as a Rising Star earlier this year. Despite only being established for just over a year, the restaurant has continued to show growth, flair, outstanding customer service and an increasingly ambitious and innovative menu – all delivered to perfection by Chef Patron Dominic Jack.
Chef Patron of Castle Terrace Restaurant, Dominic Jack said: “It has been an unbelievable first year and every day we learn and progress. I’ve imagined what it must feel like to hold a Michelin star since my early days working in some of the top Michelin restaurants in Paris so it’s incredibly rewarding to have received this recognition. The entire team here at Castle Terrace is overjoyed with today’s news.
“For me, a Michelin star restaurant is somewhere special and ultimately our guests will take home memories of the high standards of their entire dining experience which we strive towards every day.”
Philippe Nublat, who is Food and Beverage Director at Castle Terrace Restaurant and The Kitchin, said: “The support of the entire team has been outstanding, from the vital roles of our front of house team, led by Restaurant Manager Ross Hunter, to the perfection and dedication of the whole kitchen team. We have already managed to build a great collective of loyal customers and we’re now completely focused on showing our diners we truly deserve the accolade.“