Shaun Hill, co-owner and chef of Glasshouse Brassiere, has won a multitude of awards during his career, including two Michelin stars.
Bought up in London’s Primrose Hill, Shaun’s first job cooking was in a café at London Zoo. After working at various restaurants in London, he worked at the internationally renowned Gidleigh Park in Devon for nine years.
In 1994 Shaun moved to the historic market town of Ludlow in rural Shropshire, where he opened The Merchant House.
Winning a Michelin star, this small simple restaurant put Ludlow on the foodie map, attracting food connoisseurs and celebrities alike.
Shaun currently divides his time between his work as a research fellow of classics at Exeter University, working at the Glasshouse Brasserie, and being a menu consultant for British Airways.
Gidleigh Park Cookery Book, Ebury Press, 1990
Shaun Hill's Quick and Easy Vegetable Cookery, BBC Books, 1993
Cooking at the Merchant House, Conran Octopus Ltd, 2000
How to Cook Better, Mitchell Beazley, 2004
Food in the Ancient World (Ancient Cultures), Blackwell Publishers, 2005