The Globe’s unique cuisine emerges from the fusion of Head Chef, Jonathan Brett’s Anglo-European culinary groundings and Sous Chef, Fraser Cameron’s traditional Scottish roots. Together, with Commis Chef Gary Spratt, their combined one- and two-star Michelin experience spans the generations, delivering culinary delights that you’ll wish to savour.
Beginning his career in 1990 at Michael’s Nook in the Lake District, Jonathan developed his unique culinary style in prestigious establishments including the Michelin Starred, One Devonshire Gardens (working under the late Andrew Fairlie), Gleddoch House and Craigendarroch Hotel. Jonathan has also been Executive Chef and Head of Cuisine at other establishments throughout Scotland, including Easterbrook Hall, Dumfries.
His passion for cooking originated with his parents who ran a successful catering business.
Starting as a kitchen porter, at the tender age of 14, Fraser quickly realised his passion for cooking. Progressing quickly through the ranks he was awarded the Andrew Fairlie Scholarship in 2014. After working at Andrew Fairlie’s Michelin Two Star kitchen at Gleneagles Hotel and Martin Wishart’s The Honours in Edinburgh, Fraser became Sous Chef at Restaurant 21212 where he helped Paul Kiching retain his restaurant’s Michelin Star.