Chef/Director of Operations
Food obsessed, explorer, family man, positive attitude.
Adam studied at Ysgol Dinas Bran, a local lad born and raised in Llangollen.
After completing his kitchen apprenticeship, he moved to London’s Dorchester Hotel to continue his training, followed by the Michelin starred Green House restaurant in Mayfair, before embarking on an international career beginning in Dubai’s luxurious Burj Al Arab, Flying Fish restaurant in Sydney and heading up kitchens in the Maldives, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
Adam brings a wealth of experience to his role, overseeing the team and creative direction at the Three Eagles.
Heart of House Manager
Organiser, cocktail enthusiast, food lover and cat lady.
Kim is the glue that binds the restaurant together. She organises the team, makes sure everything is running smoothly, and always brings a sense of fun. Kim is cocktail obsessed and loves cooking for her friends, reading cookbooks and has an almost unhealthy addiction to action films. She and her fiancée now have four cats so she is well en route to becoming a mad cat lady.
Front of House Manager
Guest focused, adventurer, driven, foodie.
Another former pupil of Ysgol Dinas Bran, Donovan is a chirpy likeable lad who lives and breathes hospitality having been working in pubs and restaurants since he was 15 – he manages the restaurant with positivity and maturity beyond his years.
Donovan loves the local area. When he’s not looking after our guests, he can usually be found climbing a Welsh mountain, working out and eating healthily – balanced with a love of drinking beer.
Mixologist, cocktail obsessed, coach, sportsman.
Rob began working in the hospitality industry a decade ago while in university, where he graduated with a Sports Development degree. He has been honing his cocktail shaking skills ever since. When Rob’s not mixing up a storm behind the bar you will most likely find him on the golf course or football pitch, coaching the next Ronaldo.
Foodie, sports mad, team player, proud Welshman.
Dyfan grew up in Glyn Ceiriog, just over the hill from Llangollen and spent his school years at Ysgol Dinas Brân before getting his first kitchen job at 13. After recently spending four years cooking in Chester, he decided to come back to Llangollen to apply his trade at The Three Eagles. As well as his love for food, Dyfan’s other passions lie with the Welsh football and rugby teams, and you can often find him checking the scores of his beloved Leeds United during our Saturday lunch time rush. (Don’t tell Adam!)