British born, long time Australian resident, Ian Curley is the quintessential classical chef.
Maintaining a traditional approach to cooking, Ian has seen food trends come and go, but his philosophy remains the same, ‘Keep it honest and flavorsome – it’s as simple as that.’ When Ian talks about food you can’t help but want to listen, to smell, to taste, to enjoy…He is simply a compelling personality with a wicked sense of humour and a slight stubborn streak - no new age philosophies are going to change the way this man cooks. So put the calorie counter down, Curley’s in town!
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