Melbourne Polytechnic Master Chef Dinners 2013

gallery-matthewMathew Macartney, Eleonore’s Fine Dining Restaurant, Chateau Yering

Mathew Macartney career started as an apprentice at the Snooty Fox in Olinda, progressed to Café Cuccina in South Yarra, and finally to the Hotel Sofitel under Raymond Capaldi and Marcus Moore. In 2007 he became the executive chef at Chateau Yering.

profile-masterchef-markus-wernerMarkus Werner, Melbourne & Olympic Parks

Markus Werner is one of only a few Certified Master Chefs in Australia and is Executive Chef of Melbourne & Olympic Parks, home of the Australian Open, Grand Slam of Asia Pacific. With over 20 years experience Markus has delivered large scale, high profile service to sporting events, prestigious 5 Star Restaurants and Hotel Groups such as Arabella and the Hilton Hotels across Australia, Asia, Germany and Austria.

profile-aaron-whitneyAaron Whitney, Portello Rosso

Aaron’s career kicked off in his hometown of Byron Bay. The accomplished chef completed his apprenticeship at Dish, before working at various local restaurants over a six year period. Aaron moved from Byron Bay to Majorca for about 18 months, where he was head chef of singer/songwriter Julian Lennon’s Thai influenced restaurant, The Red Bar. While in Spain, he was also sous chef at fine dining Italian restaurant, DiBenedetto’s. He is currently Head Chef/Co-owner of Portello Rosso in Melbourne.

profile-arturoArturo Morales, Los Amates Mexican Kitchen 

Since arriving in Australia in 1982, Arturo Morales has established his reputation as a master chef able to offer a truly authentic, distinctive and traditional Mexican cuisine. His restaurant, Los Amates Mexican Kitchen, continues to be rated highly both in Australian food reviews and internationally. 

Maintained by Web Developer and Administrator, M&CC.
Last Modified: 20th October 2016