Former Titanic Executive Head Chef Launches New Catering Company
*Phil Green founder of Amorous unveils new private dining and large scale catering business * A passionate and highly experienced head chef has set out alone to make waves in the catering industry in Liverpool.
Former Titanic Hotel Liverpool Executive Head Chef Phil Green has opened an elite catering business serving corporates and private clients across Liverpool, Lancashire, Cheshire and North Wales - Amorous Catering.
Phil, alongside a team of esteemed chefs and front of house staff, has already began to cater for large scale events and corporate functions, as well as weddings, birthdays and VIP celebrations, both remotely and from their fully-equipped base in North Liverpool.
“Having worked for high-end hotels and restaurants, I’m passionate about serving the best quality food and ingredients with exceptional service,” added Phil.
“The ultimate aim of the company is to ensure every event is not only executed and delivered to perfection but exceeds the expectations of our clients and so far we’ve had some great feedback.”
“We have enormous experience in preparing and executing culinary events. Regardless of the size of the event, the same level of service and perfection is always provided - we help our clients entertain their guests.”
With 20 years experience as a chef, Phil trained in hospitality at Roby College before heading to the multi-award winning Carden Park. He has since worked within a range of roles across the UK including, North Yorkshire, North Wales and Hampshire before returning to Liverpool to open the Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse as Executive Head Chef on the docks.
After working and training alongside some of the iconic chefs of today and working for an award-winning catering company, Dine, Phil developed the business creating delicious dishes and recipe ideas from both his innovation as a chef and his experience.
Phil was trained by Chef Graham Tinsley, MBE, who he still regards as his mentor today. He has influence amongst top UK Chefs including best friend and fellow Carden Park trainee James Durrant, who worked in London with Gordon Ramsey for 10 years - becoming one of his group executive head chefs.
“James is a well-known chef within the upmarket restaurant industry and has won the prestigious Acorn Award, I’m lucky to be surrounded by a network of driven and successful chefs who are passionate about making quality and great tasting food.”
Phil’s aspirations for opening his private dining business is to work for different clients and cater to their individual needs and expectations.
“I love the idea and prospect that opening your own business can bring, I’m excited about working with a range of different clients. For as long as I can remember I always wanted my own business, more so over the last few years.”
Keen to develop and grow individuals to become established chefs, Phil will be investing into young talent and provide trainees with the time and dedication to become outstanding in their field.“
“I want to put back into the industry what I’ve taken out of it. I want to teach and develop the younger chefs the correct way of cooking over time. It’s a journey that will provide young chefs with the experience and skills to prosper in the long run. It’s my time to give back and help create tomorrows top chefs,” he added.
To find out more about Amorous go to www.amorous-catering.co.uk or email email@example.com.
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