Chef Interviews

Daniel Jarrett, Spicers Tamarind Retreat (Sunshine Coast, Australia)

It is without doubt, Australians love road trips. They love leaving town during the long weekends and breaks, and there is no doubt, more and more restaurants that can be found outside your typical CBD locations. Spicers Tamarind retreat is located in the Sunshine Coast hinterlands, a 40 minute drive from the Sunshine Coast CBD. … Continue reading “Daniel Jarrett, Spicers Tamarind Retreat (Sunshine Coast, Australia)”

Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn, Le Du Restaurant and Wine Bar/Baan Restaurant/Nusara (Bangkok, Thailand)

Chef Ton’s passion for cooking started from early memories of home cooked meals by his grandmother. After spending time in America and graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Ton clocked hours in some of New York’s prestigious restaurants including Eleven Madison Park, The Modern and Jean Georges. Returning to Bangkok, he opened up … Continue reading “Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn, Le Du Restaurant and Wine Bar/Baan Restaurant/Nusara (Bangkok, Thailand)”

Dylan Jones, Bo.Lan/Err Rustic Thai (Bangkok, Thailand)

Australian born chef Dylan Jones grew up in the quiet state of Canberra and eventually moved to Melbourne where he completed his apprenticeship and developed his love for Asian food. After travelling around Thailand, Dylan eventually moved London to work under world renowned Thai chef and expert, David Thompson. It was here where Dylan met … Continue reading “Dylan Jones, Bo.Lan/Err Rustic Thai (Bangkok, Thailand)”

Andy Oliver and Mark Dobbie, Som Saa Restaurant (London, England)

Cooking has always been a love affair for Chef Andy Oliver and after completing university, he found a job in telecoms but it is not until in his mid twenties when he started taking food seriously. After getting through to the finals of Masterchef UK 2009, he started doing stages at lots of different restaurants … Continue reading “Andy Oliver and Mark Dobbie, Som Saa Restaurant (London, England)”


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