I love Marcus Wearing and have always wanted to dine at one of his restaurants, especially his 2 Michelin starred "Marcus" formerly Marcus at the Berkeley.it's way above my means, but a girl can dream and this is my must eat.
Born in Essex, in Rainham into a working class family, Adam was exposed to the world of cooking from an early age. On the eve of his 16th birthday, Adam was introduced to the Savoy Education Trust who in turn offered him a placement as an apprentice chef at Claridge’s which; in the words of his father ‘The Queen eats at Claridge’s so it must be good!’ After his interview on the Friday, he turned 16 on the Saturday and started his first job on Monday.
Richard is the Michelin star chef/owner of Corrigan Restaurants, which operates Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill, Corrigan’s Mayfair in London and Bentley’s Sea Grill in Harrods, London. Richard’s culinary career, in brief, spans several years in the Netherlands, head chef of Mulligan’s in Mayfair and gaining his first Michelin Star as head chef of Fulham Road in Fulham in 1994 and his second star at Lindsay House in Soho, in 1997 #Michelinstar #Finedining #Mayfair
Head Chef Andrea Secchi brings his talent and passion for modern British cooking to create a stunning menu that is packed with flavour. His background includes working with Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing at Marcus at The Berkeley and Tredwell’s as well as other high profile London locations including Barracuda, The Laughing Gravy and the Hotel Royal’s restaurant. Andrea’s food is innovative, modern and beautifully presented – a real treat for diners.
After several years working front-of-house, Chez Bruce started cooking professionally in his mid-twenties as a junior chef at Bibendum Restaurant, London in 1990. A year in the kitchen at The Square followed, and after that he worked at acclaimed restaurant Chez Max as sous and latterly Head Chef. Chez Bruce opened for business in 1995. Nigel and Bruce added The Glasshouse, in Kew in 1999; and La Trompette, in Chiswick in 2001 to the London-based group #French #Mediterranean #Cuisine
Hailing from Denbigh in North Wales, Bryn Williams learnt to appreciate food and its origins from an early age. He would go shooting and fishing with his father and uncle and worked in his local bakery learning the trade; from this point Bryn knew that cooking was integral to his future.He has worked in some of the most prestigious kitchens in London #AArosette #Restaurant
Craig has been honoured to cook for many high profile celebrities including Sir Sean Connery, Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Patrick Stewart. In 2014, Craig was selected by VisitScotland to travel to New York as an ambassador for Scotland’s food and drink, as part of Scotland Week.