Caterer Awards '17 shortlist: Pastry chef
Find out which six chefs made the pastry chef of the year shortlist for the Caterer Awards 2017.
Alannah Doe moved to Dubai and headed up the Address Dubai Marina pastry and after two successful years, help founded Savarin, a gourmet dessert company. She is constantly learning and developing. She has developed over 400 Sku’s individual to certain clients in only 18 months.
Bull & Roo Hospitality and Investments
David Sanderson has been with Bull & Roo since the very beginning and has launched every single one of its outlets supporting all pastry, dessert and bakery needs of the group’s five existing outlets including Tom&Serg, Common Grounds and The Sum Of Us.
Meynet is Royal Catering’s master chocolatier and expert pastry maker. His experience as executive pastry sous chef of the two Michelin-starred restaurant at the Hotel Martinez in Cannes and his work at the the Rocco Forte in Abu Dhabi, speaks volumes about his talent in the kitchen.
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Aquaviva is a passionate individual and he transmits his passion and creativity to the team. He is the first one in the kitchen and last one to leave and he involves his team in the creative process of his work when balancing flavours, textures and technique.
Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Peter Flieger is a true networker, regularly meeting with suppliers in search of new and interesting produce. He is a regular at industry trade shows and educates his team. He sees this as an integral part of culinary development, keeping his colleagues in touch with current industry trends.
Chefs usually don’t appreciate others dabbling in their creativity, however Sebastien is always open to suggestions. Feedback is of utmost importance for Sebastien — and not only from customers. He is always gathering and processing information to excel and ensure diner satisfaction.