The Lincolnshire Chef set to talk at Select Lincolnshire Awards

The Lincolnshire Chef set to talk at Select Lincolnshire Awards

Steven Bennett also known as is set to talk at the upcoming in September.


The Managing Director of will delight the audience on the night with a talk encompassing Lincolnshire’s Food and Drink industry.


The Lincolnshire Chef, Steven Bennett, said: “Select Lincolnshire celebrates the great food and drink industry we have here in Lincolnshire, and I am delighted to be able to share my passion with their members and attendees at the awards evening in September.”


Steven’s experience spans over 23-years, with his early years working his way up the ranks in various award-winning and Michelin starred restaurants, followed by a five year stint as owner and Chef Patron at his multi award-winning two Rosette restaurant, The Comfy Duck, before taking over ownership of Healing Manor.


Alex Turnbull, Business Development Executive at Select Lincolnshire, said: “We are delighted to have Steven talk at the Select Lincolnshire Awards, we have so many great food, drink and hospitality businesses across the county and it’s great to have Stephen share his experiences on the night.


“The Awards are such a great opportunity to showcase the amazing work you do which contributes to what the industry is today, entries are still open and will remain open until 5th August, to enter just visit .”


The Awards are taking place at Lincoln Minster School on 19th September to celebrate the businesses who have helped to promote the county and its local produce.


To book your tickets please visit the Select Lincolnshire website .

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