Bruce SANGSTER

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1954-03-12
Education Broxburn Acad Broxburn
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Style Bruce Sangster, Esq
Career commis chef then sr sous chef Old Course Hotel (British Transport Hotels) 1971-80, lectr Kingsway Tech Coll Dundee 1980-81; chef de cuisine: Kirroughtree Hotel Newton Stewart 1981-82, Rothley Court Hotel Rothley Leicestershire 1982-86, Balcraig House Hotel Scone Perthshire 1986-87; exec chef: Murrayshall Country House Hotel Scone Perthshire 1987-93, Lehman Brothers London 1993-2002; head chef and prop Sangster's Elie 2003-; memb Steering Ctee Scottish Chefs' Assoc 1993; CFA 1975; memb: Master Chefs of GB 1985- (chm Scot Div 1989-), Craft Guild of Chefs 1990; >ir< Silver Catch Fish Cookery award 1977, Gold medal Cold Fish Dish 1979, Bronze medal Fat Sculpture 1979, Gold medal Gourmet Entrée Dish 1981, semi finalist Br Chef of The Year 1982, finalist Br Chef of The Year 1984 and 1988, third prize Br Chef of The Year 1986 and 1990, AA rosette 1986-87, 1989 and 1990, Michelin Red M award 1987 and 1988, Taste of Scotland Restaurant of the Year 1988, Scottish Hotel Guide Restaurant of the Year 1989, Silver and Bronze award as memb Br Culinary Team at Food Asia '90 1990, winner Egon Ronay British Lamb Chef 1990, Hotel awarded Newcomer of The Year 1990, memb Culinary Olympic Team for Frankfurt 1990, Gold medal St Andrews Food Festival 1991, Gold medal Fat Sculpture Scothot Glasgow 1991, 3 AA Rosettes at Murrayshall 1991, Gold and Bronze medals at Culinary Olympics in Frankfurt (capt Scottish team) 1992, capt British team for Food Asia in Singapore 1994 (Gold medal Nat Hot Kitchen, Silver medal Nat Team Buffet, Nayati Trophy for Most Outstanding Nat Hot Team), third Kikkomans Master Chef of Great Britain 1994 (and winner 1997), Best Competition Chef Award Craft Guild of Chefs 1995 and 1997, Gold medals Team Buffet and Hot Kitchen Hotel Olympia Open Grand Prix 1996, capt Br Nat Team Berlin Culinary Olympics 1996, capt Scottish Nat Team World Culinary Championships Scot Hot Glasgow 1997, World Culinary Cup (Gold medal Team Buffet Best Overall 1998, Gold medal Hot Kitchen 1998), Silver Medal Hot Kitchen and Gold Medal Cold Buffet Coupe Mondial Igheo Basle Switzerland 1999, Chef of the Year Craft Guild of Chefs 2000, 1 Gold medal 2 Silver medals for National Team Buffet and Silver medal Hot Kitchen Culinary Olympics Germany 2000, Gold National Hot Team Kitchen Chef Ireland 2001, 3 Gold medal for National team Buffet and 1 Gold National Hot Kitchen World Culinary Grand Prix Glasgow 2001, Chef of the Year CIS Award 2009, Michelin star 2009-, nat team coach Scottish Culinary Team Culinary Olympics Erfurt Germany 2012; entries in Good Food Guide and Egon Ronay 1981-, admitted into Scot-hot Hall of Fame 2011 (for contributions to the Scottish Hospitality Industry)
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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