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Mark Best

Celebrity Chef

Mark Best became a chef by default.

There were no overwhelming urges to cook from infancy, no memories of Nan’s apple pie or mum’s apron strings. A sparkie in the WA goldmines and later in the submarines at Sydney’s Cockatoo Island it was not until he was 25, doing a stint to help out at a mate’s restaurant, that Best discovered cooking. The restaurant was Macleay Street Bistro, it was in its heyday, and Best fell in love.

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