Danny Young through to finals in Young National Chef of the Year competition

Posted in on 6th Jun 2017 by Northcote | 1 Comment

Following Nigel’s award, Danny Young, Junior Sous Chef came through the semifinal in Sheffield and will be one of the six finalists at the Craft Guild of Chef’s Young National Chef of The Year in London in October. Last year he was runner up, and we will be supporting him all the way to take the title this year!

Young National Chef of the Year represents the most talented pool of young chefs in the UK, taking in the winners of young chef competitions from the British Culinary Federation, the Academy of Culinary Arts Awards of Excellence, World Skills UK and the Craft Guild of Chefs Graduate Awards.

David Mulcahy, the competition organiser and vice president of the Craft Guild of Chefs, says, “Young National Chef of the Year supersedes all other young chef contests as it brings together those identified as the best young chefs in the industry and gives them a platform on which to build their future careers. Not only does it celebrate young talent but it ensures that the young chefs are mentored and supported throughout, enabling them to achieve their best in the final. Winning Young National Chef of the Year firmly establishes a chef as a rising star of the culinary world both in the UK and beyond

Read more at www.nationalchefoftheyear.co.uk

One comment

  1. Karonbarnes says:

    Very well done young fella

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