Making massive waves within the Australian culinary scene, UK-born Chef Nelly Robinson is able to be a part of the culinary workforce at InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort this September. The posh resort within the Maldives, which has been the playground for worldwide cooks during the last years, appears to be like ahead to welcoming one other thrilling visiting chef to its portfolio.
No stranger to the critiques of The Information Michelin and Gault & Millau, Robinson creates mouthwatering dishes with innovation and native hooks in his well-accolated restaurant ‘NEL’ in Sydney. With menus that boast the freshest native substances and testaments to Robinson’s journey, ardour and childhood recollections, altering each 11 weeks, guests of his institution can remember to be welcomed to a culinary journey on each go to.
Already early on, on the age of 15, Nelly Robinson began his culinary ventures at Michelin-starred restaurant Northcote Manor within the UK, the place he labored underneath famend chef Nigel Haworth. Early in his profession, Robinson discovered to understand native and seasonal substances, a path he would comply with all through his culinary profession. At 22, he was appointed head chef at Stanley Home earlier than he moved to Sydney, Australia, the place he opened ‘NEL’ on the age of 29.
This fall, Robinson will make his approach to the secluded island of Maamunagau in Raa Atoll to convey his modern and boundary-pushing delicacies to The Lighthouse. Company of the resort can stay up for artistic, eclectic and trendy creations in probably the most lovely setting, with the Indian Ocean as a backdrop.
His dishes go away room for creativeness and anticipation when harmless names of a dish flip into an explosive culinary journey, not only for the style buds but additionally for the attention. Kingfish Firebark, Wildfire Spiced Barramundi, or Chef Nelly’s tackle Kedgeree, to call just some of them, are naturally fusing into the ocean-inspired setting. Additionally, lamb, native lobster and actually fascinating vegetarian creations are on his delectable menu set at The Lighthouse throughout his keep from 1 to 4 September 2023. He’ll add his island-inspired creations as a la carte choices, and a well-curated tasting menu for visitors to take pleasure in.