Matthew Hurry has triumphed in the M Young Chef of the Year, a competition that tests the contestants’ financial nous alongside their culinary skills. Andy Lynes reports
Being a successful chef-restaurateur requires much more than exemplary cooking skills. Having a good head for business and a focus on getting the guests through the doors is equally as important as filleting a fish or producing the perfect soufflé.
Over the past two years, the M Young Chef of the Year competition has tested contestants on their financial and marketing acumen alongside their ability to produce an enjoyable four-course menu.
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