Nicholas Deligiannis: The Victorian ‘Young Chef of the Year’ finalist


The Age Good Food Guide returns this year and the six finalists for the Young Chef of the Year Award have been announced.

Among the finalists is 28-year-old Greek Australian chef, Nicholas Deligiannis, as well as Ronith Arlikatti, Oliver Garrioch, Saavni Krishnan, Sriram Aditya Suresh and Cameron Tay-Yap.

Deligiannis did his apprenticeship at Jacques Reymond Restaurant (and then Bistro Gitan), before flying to London to gain experience.

On his return to Victoria, gigs in Melbourne and on the Mornington Peninsula culminated last year in a head chef role at seafood-focused restaurant Audrey’s.

The winner will be announced on November 14 at The Age Good Food Guide awards.

Source: Good Food.




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