Provenance Feature in Good Food Guide 2017

Popular Westhoughton venue, Provenance Food Hall and Restaurant, are proud to announce they are featured in the prestigious Good Food Guide 2017 following just one year of trading.

By Steven Pankhurst | September 19th '16

Popular Westhoughton venue, Provenance Food Hall and Restaurant, are proud to announce they are featured in the prestigious Good Food Guide 2017 following just one year of trading.

The Good Food Guide is the UK’s bestselling restaurant guide and features the best restaurants throughout the country. It is produced by an expert team of food critics making it the UK’s most trusted and comprehensive restaurant handbook and inclusion can only be achieved by positive feedback from diners followed by an anonymous inspector visit.

Award winning head chef, Lewis Gallagher, has been working tirelessly to ensure Provenance is a success from the start and he is pleased the time his team has put in has paid off. He said: “Having recently launched our new Autumn/Winter menu with a combination of traditional and innovative meals, I’m satisfied that we have achieved our objective of offering premium dining with a classic twist all within a relaxed setting. I’d like to thank all of my team and front of house staff for helping us to feature with the Good Food Guide and I look forward to more recognition from the Guide in the future.”

Provenance was opened in June 2015 by Karen, Brian, and Rob Tinniswood and has already secured itself on the ever expanding North West food scene. Provenance offer fine dining within the upstairs restaurant serving delights such as Monkfish with a Chorizo Crumb and Chateaubriand, whilst downstairs the food hall encompasses a butchers, greengrocers, bakery and delicatessen, products all sourced from within the Lancashire area.

Lewis has been recognised for his cooking ability in the past having been awarded the Acorn Scholarship by the Caterer magazine in 2013 following on from picking up North West Young Chef of the Year in 2012 and consequently Runner Up at National Young Chef of the Year 2012. He has also been crowned the Lancashire Young Chef of the Year twice in 2011 and 2012 so it was inevitably only a matter of time before the Good Food Guide picked up on this North West talent.