British Culinary Federation names finalists for Young Chef of the Year

British Culinary Federation (BCF)

British Culinary Federation (BCF)

Standard Supplier 22nd October 2018
British Culinary Federation (BCF)

British Culinary Federation names finalists for Young Chef of the Year

Please find listed below the 18 competitors who are through to the Final of the BCF Young Chef of the Year 2018

Louis O’Hara Cliveden House, Taplow, Berkshire
Amrita Phull Buckland Manor, Worcestershire
Jacob Major The Manor House Hotel and Golf Club, Wiltshire
Ben Cowley Simpson’s restaurant, Edgbaston
Megan Connor The Red Lion, Staffordshire
Harvey Perttola Swinfen Hall, Staffordshire
Adam Shohet Portland Restaurant, London
Monty Stonehewer Hampton Manor, Warwickshire
Theo Hadjitofi De Banke Group, Solihull
Matthew Nicholls Cheal’s of Henley, Warwickshire
Rhys McCausland Houses of Parliament
James Prout The Wild Rabbit, Oxfordshire
Millie Tibbins University College Birmingham
Callum Wood North Warwickshire and Hinckley College
Sam King The Ritz, London
Fraser Cooper Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel, North Yorkshire
Katie Cooper Carter’s of Moseley
Enrique Diez The Frog at Hoxton

As you can see, we have once again a very strong line up of competitors and establishments, including Michelin starred. The competition takes place on Monday 5th November at University College Birmingham. There will be two heats followed by a Dinner and Awards Evening. Competitors have two hours to produce their 3-course meal highlighting British produce, with the starter being suitable for a vegetarian.

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