Tom Kerridge

Tom Kerridge is a celebrated English Michelin-starred chef who has been dazzling the professional cooking scene since 1991. His French, British, and fusion style cooking has created delicious, much loved recipes over the years that has earned his pubs multiple Michelin stars.

Like many other celebrity chefs he’s also explored other creative industries by being a child actor starring in several small television parts, until the age of 18 where he then attended culinary school.

In 2005, he and wife Beth Cullen-Kerridge opened their pub The Hand & Flowers, which gained its first Michelin star in its opening year. It then went on to make history by being the first pub to earn a second Michelin star in 2012.

His recipes are always packed with delicious, aromatic flavours like his chicken pho recipe, and indulgent smoked pastrami burger are easy crowd pleasers and becoming family favourites.

Most recently Tom has opened his first London restaurant in 2018 at Corinthia Hotel London, as well as The Butchers Tap, a butchers and pub all under one roof.

His work within television has continued over the years with multiple appearances on shows such as Saturday Kitchen and the Great British Menu, as well as fronting his own series for BBC How to Lose Weight For Good and Top of the Shop. Now you’ll find him presenting Food and Drink which he’s been a part of since 2015.