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Clare Smyth, The Creator Of The Infamous Masterchef 67-Step Dessert Is Opening A Restaurant In Sydney

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Sponsored SMN Writer (APAC) - Staff Writer (Aus)

Clare Smyth, The Creator Of The Infamous Masterchef 67-Step Dessert Is Opening A Restaurant In Sydney

London superstar chef, Clare Smyth, is returning to Australia but this time it’s to open her new venture at Crown Sydney.

Rightly heralded as one of fine dining’s most remarkable talents across the world, Australian audiences might remember Clare Smyth from her appearance on Masterchef (season 11, episode 16) where she put contestants Derek, Jess and Leah under a considerable amount of pressure to recreate her Pear and Lemon Verbena Vacherin. (Featured image: @chefclaresmyth)

 

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Smyth says she’s eager to return to Australian shores and continue exploring the food and wine regions she discovered early on in her career when she lived in and travelled the country.

Since those early days, though, Clare has trained in some of the world’s most demanding kitchens like Alain Ducasse’s Le Louis XV in Monaco and worked under other culinary masters. None more recognisable than Gordon Ramsay, where she presided over Restaurant Gordon Ramsay as Chef Patron and maintained its three Michelin star status.

 

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Thirteen years under Chef Ramsay has certainly sharpened more than just her knives as seen by the success of her own two-Michelin star restaurant, Core, in Notting Hill—it was also the first ever restaurant to enter the Good Food Guide with a perfect 10/10 score.

Smyth says that we can expect the menu of her Australian venture to continue down the same track as Core: a balance between French formalism and locally-sourced products, now from Australia’s most dedicated farmers and food producers.

 

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Slated to open in February, the not-yet-named restaurant will surely become another of the world’s best.

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