Meet The Chef: Scott Hallsworth

Meet The Chef: Scott Hallsworth

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Scott Hallsworth Managing Director and Executive Chef - A highly skilled and experienced exponent of Japanese cuisine with a passion for pushing gastronomic boundaries, Australian-born chef Scott Hallsworth spent six years at Nobu London before being handpicked by Nobu Matsuhisa himself to launch Nobu Melbourne. Scott’s love affair with Asian cuisine can be traced back to the 1990s when he was asked to promote the Australian-owned Hayman Resorts in Singapore and Taiwan.

Scott Hallsworth Managing Director and Executive Chef - A highly skilled and experienced exponent of Japanese cuisine with a passion for pushing gastronomic boundaries, Australian-born chef Scott Hallsworth spent six years at Nobu London before being handpicked by Nobu Matsuhisa himself to launch Nobu Melbourne. Scott’s love affair with Asian cuisine can be traced back to the 1990s when he was asked to promote the Australian-owned Hayman Resorts in Singapore and Taiwan.

Scott Hallsworth's tea-smoked BBQ lamb chops

Scott Hallsworth's tea-smoked BBQ lamb chops

I.P.O.F Menu from a hard-hat preview lunch of the Wabi in Holborn, the new restaurant of Scott Hallsworth (ex-Nobu):

I.P.O.F Menu from a hard-hat preview lunch of the Wabi in Holborn, the new restaurant of Scott Hallsworth (ex-Nobu):

I.P.O.F Menu from a hard-hat preview lunch of the Wabi in Holborn, the new restaurant of Scott Hallsworth (ex-Nobu):

I.P.O.F Menu from a hard-hat preview lunch of the Wabi in Holborn, the new restaurant of Scott Hallsworth (ex-Nobu):

Ex-Nobu head chef and Kurobuta founder Scott Hallsworth is to open a new late night venue and restaurant in the former Brompton Club in South Kensington.

Ex-Nobu head chef and Kurobuta founder Scott Hallsworth is to open a new late night venue and restaurant in the former Brompton Club in South Kensington.

Scott Hallsworth of London’s Kurobuta reminisces on hot afternoons barbequing in Australia, and shares his al fresco twist on Japanese food for Wilderness Festival on NOWNESS

Dining Al Fresco: Scott Hallsworth

Scott Hallsworth of London’s Kurobuta reminisces on hot afternoons barbequing in Australia, and shares his al fresco twist on Japanese food for Wilderness Festival on NOWNESS

Buta no kakuni with japanese mustard recipe from Junk Food Japan by Scott Hallsworth | Cooked

Buta no kakuni with japanese mustard recipe from Junk Food Japan by Scott Hallsworth

Kurobuta Chelsea Pop Up - Faultless Japanese by Scott Hallsworth c/o http://thelondonsinner.com/kurobuta-chelsea-pop-up-faultless-japanese-by-scott-hallsworth/

Kurobuta Chelsea Pop Up-Beef Fillet Tataki with Onion Ponzu and Garlic Crisps

kurobuta chelsea c/o http://thelondonsinner.com/kurobuta-chelsea-pop-up-faultless-japanese-by-scott-hallsworth/

Kurobuta Chelsea Pop Up - Faultless Japanese by Scott Hallsworth

Victoria Baker-Harber from Made in Chelsea with Kurobuta head chef Scott Hallsworth on the King's Road.

Victoria Baker-Harber from Made in Chelsea with Kurobuta head chef Scott Hallsworth on the King's Road.

Scott Hallsworth & Blink 182 legend Mark Hoppus

Scott Hallsworth & Blink 182 legend Mark Hoppus

Scott Hallsworth opts for a moderately aged piece of beef fillet for his Japanese starter, serving it alongside tangy ponzu sauce.

Scott Hallsworth opts for a moderately aged piece of beef fillet for his Japanese starter, serving it alongside tangy ponzu sauce.

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The Disappearing Dining Club’s Rooftop Picnic & BBQ at Red Roof

Australian-born chef Scott Hallsworth spent six years at Nobu London before launching Nobu Melbourne. Now he’s back in the UK, having opened Japanese restaurant Kurobuta, with branches on London’s Kings Road and Marble Arch. Here’s his inside guide to eating out in Tokyo

Food: Tasting Tokyo

Scott Hallsworth, chef and co-founder of Kurobuta London, gives us his inside guide to eating out in Tokyo.

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