Chefs around the country have a second chance to enter the Bocuse d’Or Australia 2021, with the news that Chef Mathew Lee and his commis Tiani Saunter have withdrawn, as Mathew is moving to Spain.
“It is sad news indeed that Mathew and Tiani will not be part of the competition, and we wish them well in all their future culinary adventures,” says Bocuse d’Or Australia President Tom Milligan.
“Now we invite any talented chefs who are passionate about representing their country to apply enter the competition.”
Milligan added there would be gold, silver and bronze trophies awarded, as well as exciting prizes from suppliers and sponsors. The competition would also give finalists a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rub shoulders with some of Australia’s most prominent chefs, including Philippe Mouchel, Scott Pickett, Jo Barrett, Gabriel Gaté, Dan Arnold and George Calombaris.
All entrants must hold an Australian passport, and commis chefs should be aged no older than 20. Email email@example.com to find out more.