Candice Philip has been announced as the 2018 Eat Out Nederburg Rising Star at the 2018 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards
When Luke Dale-Roberts X The Saxon, where Candice had worked as head chef, closed in early 2018, Candice saw the opportunity to turn the space into her own. Eat Out judging convener Margot Janse is impressed with how Candice stepped up to take charge: “It was about time we saw this chef come out from under the shadows and direct her own show.”
The chef has ensured her touch is evident in everything at Grei, from the name of the restaurant to the décor and, of course, the food.
Thought and passion are behind every elegant plate sent out by Candice and her small team. Each dish heroes a different herb, showcasing the flavour and aromatics that they bring to each mouthful.
New 'restaurant of the year' is run by a catering school dropout and is located in a small fishing village
Michelin boosts female chefs in 2019 food guide
Chef anurudh khanna; Executive Chef at Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts; Bengaluru Area, India
In an announcement on November 14, chef Arora was awarded one Michelin star for her Bangkok restaurant, GAA.
After three rounds of competitive cooking, Japanese representative Yasuhiro Fujio was announced as the S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2018
The competition brought together culinary talent from Ireland, Germany, the UK, Belgium, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Denmark and Spain.
“My first taste of working as part of a busy kitchen staff was when I worked pot washing at The Fitzherbert Arms, in Swynnerton, at the age of 15. It was fast-paced and the whole thing intrigued me and when I was still at school I stopped pot-washing and began cooking. I loved it.”
The Oscars of the Food & Service Industry, are going to be covered like never before!
They have a new home, check out - https://www.thechefconnect.com/2018-james-beard-awards/home/