Culinary Pavilion 2020 - Marlborough Wine and Food Festival

Entry to our Culinary Pavilion at the 2020 Marlborough Wine & Food Festival is free on festival day. We’ll have some amazing local produce on show as well as incredible chefs showing you how to prepare it.

Bradley Hornby

Culinary Guest Chef, 11:00 – 12:00

Bradley spent his career in luxury accommodation and restaurants gaining two hats, Gourmet Traveller stars and numerous hospitality awards in Australia. South Island born and trained Chef Bradley Hornby moved ‘home’ in 2013 to oversee the final build and opening of Annandale Luxury Villa Accommodation, named as the ‘World’s Leading Experiential Luxury Property’. Bradley and long-term business partner Liz Buttimore took on their Marlborough restaurant in 2015, naming it Arbour to reflect the tranquil secret garden surroundings.

Peter Gordon

Culinary Guest Chef, 12:30 – 13:30

Kiwi-born, London based chef Peter Gordon is the pioneer of fusion food. For 40 years he’s gathered ingredients, textures and techniques from across the world’s kitchens, combining them in thrilling new ways to imagine the impossible. With eight books to his name, a roll call of award-winning restaurants from The Sugar Club to The Providores and Tapa Room. Not to mention devising recipes for Air New Zealand, cooking for Barack Obama and founding the hugely successful charity event ‘Who’s Cooking Dinner?’, Peter’s eclectic style of cuisine has had a global reach.

Nick Honeyman

Culinary MC and Culinary Guest Chef, 14:00-15:00

Nick left his home of South Africa at 18 to pursue his dream of becoming a world-class chef, sparked by a ‘burning passion for cooking’. In Sydney, he tore through a four-year cooking qualification in under three years before working in Japan, Paris and Sydney under some

of the world’s best chefs. He travelled to New Zealand to do the same, working under Simon Wright at The French Café and has since opened award-winning restaurants Dallow’s, Cru at Sale St, The Commons Restaurant and Everybody’s Izakaya. Nick now splits his time between his two restaurants, Paris Butter in Auckland and Le Petit Leon in the South of France. He also stars in the television series The Best of New Zealand with Nick Honeyman.

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