Two new restaurant 'concepts' launched at York's only five star hotel

Cedar Court Grand with the Minster in the background and the city walls

Cedar Court Grand with the Minster in the background and the city walls

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TWO new 'dining concepts,' Hudson’s and HQ, have been officially launched at York's only 5 star hotel.

VIP guests, including the Lord Mayor of York, Coun Ian Gillies, were treated to a taster menu showcasing the creative essence of the restaurants at the Cedar Court Grand Hotel & Spa.

A spokesman said Hudson’s menu featured classic dishes 're-presented with imaginative twists and a touch of fun,' while HQ offered 'exquisite fine dining in a sumptuously refined environment.'

Hotel general manager Maria Florou said: “We are extremely proud of our new restaurant concepts, Hudson’s and HQ, and it was fantastic to be able to introduce them to our guests – and to have such fantastic feedback.

“Our launch event was also a great opportunity to highlight the combined efforts of the entire team, both those in the kitchen and the front of house team, who have worked together to develop and deliver every detail of the two new concepts. The evening was a celebration of what they have achieved”.

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10:05am Sat 19 Jul 14

Older Sometimes Wiser says...

Hyperbole 10 Information 1.
Is there no one at the Press who understands that the public would appreciate something more that regurgitated company press releases?
Hyperbole 10 Information 1. Is there no one at the Press who understands that the public would appreciate something more that regurgitated company press releases? Older Sometimes Wiser
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9:44pm Sat 19 Jul 14

bill bailey says...

High Ranking Official hey. He has ways of making you like his food, Better watch it OSW,
High Ranking Official hey. He has ways of making you like his food, Better watch it OSW, bill bailey
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