Michelin hopes for Cardiff

23 November 2006
Michelin hopes for Cardiff

A new champagne bar and restaurant in Cardiff Bay, Elements, has snapped up a top London chef to head its kitchen in the hope of attaining a Michelin star.

Originally from Swansea, Dan Henry has previously worked at Gordon Ramsay's Boxwood Café and for the restaurants at One Aldwych and Charlotte Street hotels.

Phil Thomas, managing director of the company behind Elements, Artizan Leisure, said the group hoped the restaurant would become Cardiff's first Michelin-starred restaurant.

Henry, who will develop Element's signature tasting menu and oversee all kitchen operations, said: "This is a new and exciting project and it's great to be involved right from the start. We have developed a fantastic menu which is unlike anything else in Cardiff and is already proving to be a real hit with food lovers."

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