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Adam Hudson began his culinary career in 1996 and has worked in many different types of venues in a wide range of cuisines. His biggest inspiration as a young chef was Philip Johnson from Ecco in Brisbane (winner of Gourmet Traveller’s Restaurant of the Year, 1996). Later on, Hudson came to follow the cooking of Gordon Ramsay, Pier’s Greg Doyle and a few other notable chefs. Hudson’s work in the UK taught him a lot from working with names like Antoine Mossiman and Pierre Gagnaire. His style in Australia has always been the broad-sweeping genre of “Modern Australian”, with influences of Mexican, Spanish, Italian and occasionally Japanese.
Sophie has been working in kitchen from a young tender age at 14 years old. Her experience ranges from working for Rick Stein at age 16, head chef at 21 in a popular 16th Century Inn in Cornwall - UK, chef on private yachts in the Mediterranean, head chef for Fuller, Smith and Turner in two of their city bars in London and chef de partie for Jamie Oliver at his Fifteen Cornwall restaurant. She also owns and runs her own cooking school and catering business for the last 7 years in Perth.
Growing up, Andrew would visit street stalls and markets to source local street food and fresh produce for evening meals. Once he finished his culinary studies, he moved to Bondi Beach and gained an apprenticeship at Quay Grand Suites in Circular Quay. London was his next calling where he worked in Knightsbridge for Giorgio Locatelli, an Italian chef. Thereafter he worked at La Terrazza in Rome. After 3 years in Europe, Andrew moved back to Sydney and worked at Quay with Peter Gilmore and then with Jeremy Strode in a bistro before moving to Perth at the Apple Daily Bar & Eating House, a modern Asian diner.
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