As well as keeping customers happy with their
award-winning food, Taste Brasserie have been
helping to train up the next generation of top chefs.
One of their trainee kitchen assistants, local student
Will Adams, has just been accepted on the Royal
Academy of Arts Specialised Chefs Scholarship at
Bournemouth & Poole College. Will first came to
Taste age 15 on day release from the Dorchester
Studio School and, after learning skills from their
team of chefs, is now on the course that includes
work placements at prestigious restaurants in London.
Meanwhile, owners Todd and Louise have also
been busy picking up some new awards. Both Taste
Brasserie (Casual Dining) & Taste Café at Chesil
Beach (Café & Tearoom) received Gold awards at this
year’s Taste of the West. Taste Brasserie has also been
shortlisted as a finalist in the Casual Dining 2017
category for the second year running, having won the
category last year.
Finally, do check out two evenings of fabulous
food and wine coming in November with guest chef
and former Menu contributor Russell Brown from
Creative About Cuisine.
For more details, go to www.tastebrasserie.co.uk