CAMBRIDGE, Ont. — Jonathan Gushue, the executive chef behind Cambridge, Ont.’s award-winning Langdon Hall Country House Hotel and Spa, will be leaving his post at the end of the month.
Jason Bangerter, executive chef of Luma at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto, will assume Gushue’s position.
“Our chef’s brigade that has been working with Jonathan over the years … they’re going to be staying on and helping with the transition between the two chefs, so you’ll see the award-winning cuisine that we’ve been known for over the years continue,” Jessica Pearce, a spokesperson for the hotel, told Kitchener, Ont.’s Record.
During Gushue’s eight-year tenure at the restaurant, he received his Relais & Châteaux Grand Chef designation, and, in 2010, Langdon Hall took the 77th spot on S. Pellegrino’s 100 World’s Best Restaurant List. That same year, he received F&H magazine’s Pinnacle Award for Chef of the Year.
Bangerter will assume his new position in mid-October.