Bryn Williams

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Bryn Williams is one of Britain’s’ best chefs. He shot to fame in 2006 after beating more established chefs on the Great British Menu.

In 1997 Bryn started working under Marco Pierre White at The Criterion, before moving on to Le Gavroche. Then in 2006 he became head chef of Odette’s.

Bryn developed a respect for food whilst fishing and shooting for game on his uncle’s farm. He won Student of the Year at catering college and second-prize in the nationwide Roux Scholarship competition.

TV Chef

Bryn is a familiar face on Saturday Kitchen. He’s also appeared on Something for the Weekend and Market Kitchen. He has appeared in several programmes on the Welsh television channel, S4C. He was one of three judges on the popular Welsh cooking competition programme Chez / Casa Dudley.

A six-part series of Cegin Bryn (Bryn’s Kitchen) started on S4C in March 2012. The programme is based on his cookbook Bryn’s Kitchen and features six key ingredients, cooked in 3 different ways whilst also tracking their journey from source to plate.

Bryn is a Patron of Gwledd Conwy Feast, which is Wales’ third largest food festival with around 25,000 visitors each year. Cardiff Blues, Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby player Martyn Williams appointed Bryn as one of the 7 Patrons of his Spirit of Wales testimonial year in 2010, to help raise money for vulnerable children and cancer victims.

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