Adam Newth


Introducing Adam Newth Personal Chef

Adam is a Chef with over 15 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, having spent much of his career in Michelin-quality restaurants, and most recently as Chef Proprietor of The Tayberry Restaurant, Broughty Ferry, holder of 2 AA rosettes and consistent Michelin rating, amongst other accolades. Click on the menu bar above to see more on The Tayberry.

He is a multi-award winning private Chef, having been a previous winner of Young Scottish Chef of the Year and Young Scottish Seafood Chef of the Year, with vast experience of a wide variety of culinary styles.

While Adam has always undertaken private events alongside his work in kitchens, the launch of Adam Newth Personal Chef represents a new and exciting professional challenge for Adam where he is able to truly focus on excelling creatively, and exercising his passion for bringing bespoke luxury to any occasion.


Adam Newth Personal Chef

Inspired by his love of food and his desire to raise Tayside's profile on the culinary map, Chef Patron, Adam Newth, opened The Tayberry Restaurant in November 2015. Situated in a beautiful coastal setting, overlooking the Mouth O' the Tay in Broughty Ferry, Dundee, The Tayberry Restaurant offers a contemporary dining experience, using a combination of modern and classic techniques to showcase the best of Scotland's natural larder. For all media enquiries, please contact Iain Fenwick
Adam Newth Personal Chef
Adam Newth Personal Chef3 days ago
Sometimes a simple chicken dish is all you need.
Adam Newth Personal Chef
Adam Newth Personal Chef2 weeks ago
A new venue to cook at for me last week. A lovely spot looking right over the 18th at st.andrews. Lovely American 🇺🇸 guests

Canapés - avocado and goat’s cheese whip, hot smoked trout sushi style, haggis hash browns, mustard &chilli chicken, truffle mac and cheese bites.

Spring vegetable Orzo with wild garlic and poached duck egg

Loch etive salmon, gnocchi, squash and shellfish brown butter.

And dessert … I forgot to take a snap! Damn (it was a classic sticky toffee pudding)