League of Club Chefs
The League of Club Chefs was formed in 1988 by five club chefs who with the support and encouragement of the then chairman of the Club Secretaries and Managers Association.
The original idea was to only include chefs whose secretaries belonged to the C.S.M.A. However it was decided to expand the membership to include chefs from any private establishment, provided that the individual met with the approval of the committee.
The membership has now grown to 25 members, which are made up from Private Gentleman’s Clubs, City Livery Companies, and Honorary Members.
The League of Club Chefs prides itself in the education of young chefs who are our future and is continually striving to raise standards in this very unique sector of the hospitality industry.
We strive to source only the finest seasonal ingredients preferably from the British Iles, cooking using traditional methods while embracing new techniques and ingredients.
The League of Club Chefs has been fortunate over the years to have had so many dedicated members that have worked tirelessly, giving their time and energy without reservation to build a strong fellowship, which exists today.