Chefs

Aslan Hospitality Group newest venue, ALEX&Co, launched last month with chef Kyle Quy heading the kitchen. Here he discusses his passion for cooking as well how he menu plans for a space involving a restaurant, café and a riverfront cocktail bar.

Sydney Seaplanes opened Australia's first purpose built seaplane terminal, Empire Lounge, in Rose Bay late last year. Foodservice spoke to owner Aaron Shaw about about expanding his aviation business into the world of food and beverage.

Restauraeur Nicolae Bicher took over Sydney CBD institution Machiavelli Ristorante from Giovanna Topi in 2015. Here, he sits down with foodservice to discuss what the past couple of years have been like, and what success means to him.

Regional food tour company, Straight To The Source, headed to the Macleay Valley Food Bowl earlier this year. Foodservice tagged along to find out more about both their operation and what the region has to offer.

Josh Niland of Sydney restaurant, Saint Peter, sits down with foodservice to reveal how and why he became a chef, and why he's returning to the Hunter Region for this year's Spring Seasonal Lunch by the Hunter Culinary Association.

Executive chef of Sydney's The Dolphin Hotel and Icebergs Dining Room and Bar, Monty Koludrovic reveals to foodservice his favourite spots around town.

Gary Evans first joined Tabasco 14 years ago. In the time since, he has risen to international corporate chef. He recently visited Sydney where he sat down with foodservice to talk career and all things hot sauce.

Head pastry chef, Simon Veauvy, shares with foodservice his love for all things sweet and wonderful, and reveals why he wanted to become a chef in the first place.

Cookbook author, presenter and Pearl Catering's director of food, Christine Manfield, share with foodservice her favourite venues in Sydney.

Foodservice speaks to Gareth Howard, head chef of Sydney restaurant Acre, about how he and his team are doing their part to respect the Earth while plating up tasty, beautiful food.

The eighth annual Food Fight returns to the Hunter Valley this June. And this year, Sixpenny sous chef, Aaron Ward, is taking taking on the likes of Rob Kabboord (Quay Restaurant), Sean Townsend (Muse Kitchen) and Gareth Williams (Restaurant Mason).

Following last month's World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards in Melbourne, Jill Dupleix spoke to the top chefs from in South-East Asia.

Peter Gunn’s first foray as a restaurateur was probably always going to be divisive. He didn’t disappoint.

FoodService chats to three of the international superstar chefs – Ana Roš, Umberto Bombana and Mingoo Kang – to find out what initially drew them to the industry and what continues to motivate them.

Gus Armstrong says he's not a chef. But he sort of is. It's just that there's a new way of being a chef these days, and a new way of being a restaurateur. He's doing both at his loud, irreverent, edgy Canberra restaurant, Eightysix.