Great British Menu 2020 chefs: Ross Bryans, Scotland heat

Shelly Cameron

Shelly Cameron

Social Media Manager 30th March 2020

Ross Bryans is head chef at Les 110 de Taillevent in Marylebone, London.

This is not Ross' first time on the show - he was also a Great British Menu competitor in 2018!

 

 

Ross has worked alongside some of the best chefs in the world, from Clare Smyth to Richard Corrigan and Jason Atherton, retaining the restaurant’s Michelin star in his first head chef role. Following this Ross went on to set up Jason’s first New York restaurant, The Clocktower, before returning to London.

Throughout his menu at Les 110 de Taillevent, Ross shows off his French culinary background. For the competition, his menu celebrates some of Scotland’s most renowned children’s authors and champions the finest Scottish produce.

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Shelly Cameron

Shelly Cameron

Social Media Manager 30th March 2020

Great British Menu 2020 chefs: Ross Bryans, Scotland heat