An Award Winning Team

I am absolutely thrilled that super talented Head Chef at Lords of the Manor Charles Smith won Chef of the Year at the #CLFDA Cotswolds Life Food and Drink Awards 2019 last night.

Having worked closely with Charles on the food photography for both the Atrium fine dining menu and the Restaurant menu I know first hand how brilliant this chef is.

To take these stunning images I set up a mini studio on site at Lords of the Manor close to the kitchens so that the food was as fresh and as perfect as it is when you experience dinner at The Atrium.

Charles and his talented team now cover two restaurants at Lords of the Manor. The Dining Room offers more informal dining, including weekend lunches, in one of the most beautiful of Cotswold dining rooms and the 14 seat Atrium restaurant is a thrillingly personal tasting menu experience. It is here that Charles delivers eight courses of culinary bliss, focused on the seasons and the best of British.

To enquire about food photography for your business please contact me via the contact page.

Here are some of the images from a typical seasonal fine dining menu photographed on location at Lords of the Manor…

 

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