Four Australian chefs cook for the Gelinaz!
Ben Shewry from Attica, Dan Hunter from Brae, Paul Carmichael from Momofuku Seiobo and Jock Zonfrillo from Orana will be participating in The Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle - a worldwide restaurant "shuffle" for one night only on 10 November 2016.
Details on which international chef they have swapped kitchens with will be revealed on the night.
, Australian chef
, Ben Shewry
, Dan Hunter
, Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle
, hospitality career
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