Cornerstone, chef Tom Brown's first restaurant, is a deeply personal affair: funded by family, named after his favourite song and inspired by his mentor and friend Nathan Outlaw. Neil Gerrard meets him
Tom Brown can scarcely believe his luck. Most 30-year-old chefs can only dream of owning their own restaurant, let alone one in London's edgy Hackney Wick. But that's the exciting prospect facing Brown when The Caterer speaks to him, just a couple of weeks before the opening of Cornerstone on 24 April. And the pace is frenetic.
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