Having spent most of his childhood in Cornwall, Guy Owen couldn't be more at home at the Idle Rocks in St Mawes. Amanda Afiya went to see him
As a child who grew up fly fishing with his grandfather on the Itchen and Test rivers, you'd assume that Guy Owen was always destined to work with fish. But the 32-year-old head chef of the 19-bedroom Idle Rocks, at the tip of the Roseland Peninsula on the south Cornwall coast, never set out to become a chef, despite his mother being one.
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