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Michael Robinson

Michael is the Head Chef at Margan Restaurant in the Hunter Valley. Before joining the Restaurant Team at Margan, Michael had an outstanding reputation in culinary excellence. He trained at The Bathers Pavillion, Balmoral and worked at renowned restaurants La Trompette in London and Ortolan, LA.

Michael is the Head Chef at Margan Restaurant in the Hunter Valley. Before joining the Restaurant Team at Margan, Michael had an outstanding reputation in culinary excellence. He trained at The Bathers Pavillion, Balmoral and worked at renowned restaurants La Trompette in London and Ortolan, LA.

Upon returning to Australia he joined Justin North at Becasse (2 hats) where he worked for 5 years
as joint Head Chef before launching Becasse group’s Quarter 21 (one hat) as Head Chef.

His food continues in the Margan style of seasonally focused, estate grown and locally sourced using a range of Margan grown produce including fruit, vegetables, free range eggs and honey. He has also incorporated a ‘nose to tail’ menu approach which includes estate grown Suffolk lambs, local free range pigs, poultry and premium beef. He is driving the Margan ‘Small goods Project’ which includes estate cured and aged products such as prosciutto, coppa, and salami using local bio dynamic Berkshire pigs.

Margan Restaurant is proud to have received the following accolades:
Top Ten Regional NSW Restaurants- Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide 2012, 2014
Winner - Sustainable Restaurant of the Year SMH Good Food Guide 2014
Winner - Excellence in Sustainable Tourism, Hunter Tourism Awards 2013 Winner - Best Restaurant, Australian Tourism Awards 2012 Winner - Best Restaurant, NSW & Hunter Tourism Awards 2010, 2011, 2012 - Hall of Fame Winner - Regional Wine List of the Year SMH Good Food Guide 2011

 
 

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