Shaun Rankin

Yorkshire born Shaun Rankin honed his skills at The Mayfair Hotel in London but returned to Yorkshire in 1992, after three years in London, to the Black Bull Inn in Moulton.

Since then he has worked in restaurants as close to home as Darlington and as far afield as Chicago and Australia, and earned a Michelin star along the way.

Shaun has spent the majority of his career in Jersey at Longueville Manor, followed by the establishment’s sister restaurant Sumas. He then opened Bohemia restaurant as head chef in 2003 and gained his first Michelin star in 2005.

In 2009 Shaun represented the southwest in BBC2’s Great British Menu. His winning dish was Treacle Tart with Jersey clotted cream and raspberry ripple coulis. He also embarked on more TV work and filmed his first series ‘Shaun Rankin’s Island Feast’ with ITV.

In 2013 he opened the highly anticipated ‘Ormer’ restaurant bringing a sophisticated restaurant, bars and private dining venue to the centre of St Helier, which received its first Michelin star only four months after opening.

In 2016 Shaun began his partnership with the luxury Flemings Mayfair hotel. The boutique hotel’s sophisticated 85-cover restaurant, Ormer Mayfair which takes inspiration from the shores of Jersey and brought coastal dining to London.

Shaun is now also at the helm at Grantley Hall in Yorkshire, an award-winning hotel and restaurant.

Get in touch with martine@saucemanagement.com for more information about Shaun.