Pip began her career in food in 2008, when she decided to leave her job as a graphic designer to pursue her love for food. Pip got an opportunity to start work at the York and Albany under head chef Angela Hartnett and since that moment she’s not looked back.
After a short stint at Gordon Ramsay’s Royal Hospital Road, Pip resumed her tutelage under Angela Hartnett at Murano in Mayfair where she became head chef. Pip’s profile rose further when she appeared on Great British Menu in 2017, beating fellow top chefs to win the starter dish of the competition. After years of work at Murano, Pip was ready to take the next step and in November 2018 launched her own restaurant Hicce. Located at Coal Drops Yard in London’s Kings Cross.
The menu highlight’s Pip’s passion and skill for using the barbeque as a fuel source; grilling to steaming and smoking. From toasted home-made rye bread with cured meats and homemade pickles; to fish, meat and veg hot sticks cooked over specialist holm oak charcoal. Pip uses traditional techniques to create beautiful dishes inspired by her travels and driven by her commitment to the very best produce.
To book Pip or chat about her for collaborations or events please call Martine on 020 8600 3610 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org