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Guillaume Brahimi

Celebrity Chef

Beneath the sails of the Opera House a French man is conducting his own show each night.

It is an elaborate culinary performance, reflecting his past (through exquisite French technique) yet it is also firmly grounded in his present: the menu is a celebration of Australian produce, heritage and regionality. Now an Australian citizen, Brahimi was born in Paris and it was in the shadow of another iconic landmark, Notre Dame, that he learnt his trade (at the famed Tour D’Argent). He went on to spend four years at Jamin, under the skilled guidance of Joel Robuchon, where he worked his way up to sous-chef (second in charge).

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Posted by CraigReport
Probably medium-fine. Also look for a "chalni" in Indian spice shops - it's essentially the same thing but will probably not have the high price of a French utensil. Wire mesh is bes but is prone to rusting if not properly cared for. Nylon is a reasonable and relatively long-lasting alternative.