Marcus Wareing’s contribution to British food and the next generation of cookery talent has made him one of the most respected and acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs in Britain. His awards include two Michelin stars, Tatler Restaurateur of the Year, GQ Chef of the Year, Chef of the Year with Caterer and Hotelkeeper and the Acorn Award.
An incredible talent, Marcus started acquiring Michelin stars aged just 26 – one of only a handful of chefs to be recognised at this age. Over the last 30 years Marcus has been involved in the creation of some of London’s most celebrated restaurants.
Founded in 2008 with his wife Jane, Marcus Wareing Restaurants began with the opening of the two Michelin starred Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley (now known simply as “Marcus”). The group now includes The Gilbert Scott, an elegant British restaurant and bar in St Pancras Renaissance Hotel and Tredwells, a west-end dining room serving high-quality food in a casual space.
In the autumn of 2014 Marcus joined the television series Master Chef: The Professionals (UK), acting as judge and mentor to the next generation of British cookery talent. His media work also includes chef consultanton the Weinstein Company film Burnt starring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, and Chef vs Science, created with the BBC.
Marcus’s media work also includes appearing as a judge on MasterChef: The Professionals, working as chef consultanton the Weinstein Company film Burnt starring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, and starring in Chef vs Science, created with the BBC. Marcus also published his sixth cookbook in September 2016, ‘Marcus at Home’, with Harper Collins.
- 2 Michelin stars |Marcus -The Berkeley
- Best Restaurant in London Award 2008, 2009 |Harden’s Guide
- Savoy Grill awarded its first Michelin star in the hotel’s history under Marcus Wareing, 2004
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