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New Restaurant Manager joins Tassili

New Restaurant Manager joins Tassili

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New Restaurant Manager joins Tassili


Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa has appointed a new Manager to its Four AA Rosette fine dining restaurant, Tassili.

Ednor Pronjaj, who is originally from Salerno in southern Italy, previously worked in a number of iconic restaurants alongside chefs such as Marcus Wareing, Juan Mari Arzak, Pierre Koffmann and Gordon Ramsay.

In his new role, he will be working closely with Executive Chef Nicolas Valmagna and the Tassili culinary team to create and develop menus using seasonal and local produce. 

“I am very excited to join the Tassili team; working together to push the boundaries of fine dining to create the very best experience in the island," he said. "I want to help maintain Tassili’s ‘wow factor’ therefore consistency and attention to detail is a must. A good restaurant offers good food, but an exceptional restaurant must offer something else!”

“I plan to enhance our wine pairings, offering both classic and new prestigious pairings to make the Tassili dining experience really stand out from the rest.”

Commenting on the appointment, Shaun McGachan, General Manager of Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa, added: “We’re delighted to welcome Ednor to the Tassili team. He has a great knowledge of food and wine and a passion for delivering an exceptional fine dining experience."

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