Patron and Head Chef

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Address The DuCane
Town/City Great Braxted, Witham
County Essex
Postcode CM8 3EJ
Tel No. 01621 891697
Facilities Parking • Kid's Menu • Garden • Credit Cards • Guest Ales • Lunches
Cuisine Traditional

Chef/Patron Jonathan Brown of The Ducane has cooked to the highest standards for over 25 years in some of the best-known restaurants and hotels in the country. Starting at the world famous Manoir aux Quat` Saison under Raymond Blanc (The Restaurant ITV) Jonathan also worked alongside chefs such as John Burton Race (channel 4) and Marco Pierre White (White Heat, Take 6 chefs, Hellís Kitchen).

During his career Jonathan has travelled extensively spending a three year sabbatical in Africa predominantly in Mozambique and Zimbabwe as well as spells in Europe. Having recently taken over The Ducane, Jonathan and Louise Partis, his Sous Chef and cooking partner for the past 8 years, aim to offer both their old and new customers, reasonably priced traditional fare with ingredients sourced with care and cooked with passion.

Both Louise and Jonathan intend to deliver to discerning customers good quality, hearty food in a relaxed and informal atmosphere with attentive service. As well as offering a range of local ales and wines to compliment the dining or drinking experience. So whether you are popping in for a pint and a chat or dining with friends and family Jonathan, Louise, Mary, Abbi and the rest of the team would like to extend you the very warmest of welcomes and look forward to seeing you again very soon.

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