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Yes Chef is a podcast about what makes the people behind our favourite restaurants and street foodies tick. A conversation that takes us back to the start of their culinary journey, then all the way to the present day. Hosted by Ben Smith, co-founder of London lifestyle website London On The Inside (LOTI) and Jordan Smith, Founder of A Proper Northern Roast and Wild Dog Kitchen, who will coax the tales from London’s best kitchen’s in this podcast series. Bon app.

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Yes Chef is a podcast about what makes the people behind our favourite restaurants and street foodies tick. A conversation that takes us back to the start of their culinary journey, then all the way to the present day. Hosted by Ben Smith, co-founder of London lifestyle website London On The Inside (LOTI) and Jordan Smith, Founder of A Proper Northern Roast and Wild Dog Kitchen, who will coax the tales from London’s best kitchen’s in this podcast series. Bon app.

    Jose Pizarro

    Jose Pizarro

    The final episode of Yes Chef Season 3 is with the nicest man in the restaurant business, a regular on TV cooking shows, the Spanish legend, the man who nearly chose dentistry over food (we're so glad he didn't), chef Jose Pizarro. The Godfather of Spanish food has four restaurants to his name, with José Tapas Bar on Bermondsey Street; Pizarro, just a few yards from José Tapa; José Pizarro at Broadgate Circle; and his latest venture The Swan Inn Esher. Listen to Jose tell Ben and Jordan all about his life, coming to London and championing Spanish food.


    If you are new to Yes Chef, well this is where we chat to some of our favourite chefs and foodies and uncover their journey into food. Over the first two seasons we’ve chatted to Tom Brown, Adam Handling, Andi Oliver, Chantelle Nicholson, Selin Kiazim, James Cochran, Max Halley, Gizzie Erskine, Ben Murphy, Vivek Singh and Calum Franklin. Go on, dig in. Bon App.


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    • 58 min
    Adam Byatt | Trinity, Upstairs Bistro Union

    Adam Byatt | Trinity, Upstairs Bistro Union

    We headed on down to Clapham Common for this episode of Yes Chef to chat to Adam Byatt who has three restaurants in the area. He's got the Michelin-starred Trinity, it's more relaxed counterpart Upstairs (which is surprise, surprise, right above Trinity) and the casual Bistro Union. Hear how Adam got into the world of food, made his mark as part of the community in Clapham and put his stamp on the London restaurant scene.


    If you’re new to Yes Chef, it’s a podcast where we chat to some of our favourite chefs and foodies and uncover their journey into food. Over the first two seasons, we’ve chatted to Tom Brown, Adam Handling, Andi Oliver, Chantelle Nicholson, Selin Kiazim, James Cochran, Max Halley, Gizzie Erskin, Ben Murphy, Vivek Singh and Calum Franklin. Go on, dig in. Bon App.


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    • 54 min
    Ravinder Bhogal

    Ravinder Bhogal

    Hello Hello. The lovely Ravinder Bhogal is in conversation with us on Yes Chef this week. The chef, food writer and stylist came into the limelight by appearing as Gordon Ramsay's new Fanny Craddock on The F Word. A few books later and Ravinder has her own restaurant Jikoni, a lovely cosy kitchen-style diner in Marylebone. Ravinder has an amazing story to tell, so pop that kettle on and press play.


    If you’re new to Yes Chef, it’s a podcast where we chat to some of our favourite chefs and foodies and uncover their journey into food. Over the first two seasons, we’ve chatted to Tom Brown, Adam Handling, Andi Oliver, Chantelle Nicholson, Selin Kiazim, James Cochran, Max Halley, Gizzie Erskin, Ben Murphy, Vivek Singh and Calum Franklin. Go on, dig in. Bon App.


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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Ollie Dabbous

    Ollie Dabbous

    Imagine being the chef in one of the most talked-about restaurants in London. Oh the bloody pressure. Well, that is exactly what Ollie Dabbous has been under at Hide, who earned a Michelin star within the first six months of opening. WHAT! Ben and Jord get along to Hide to chat to the man in charge of the kitchen and to see how often he used the car lift.


    If you’re new to Yes Chef, it’s a podcast where we chat to some of our favourite chefs and foodies and uncover their journey into food. Over the first two seasons we’ve chatted to Tom Brown, Adam Handling, Andi Oliver, Chantelle Nicholson, Selin Kiazim, James Cochran, Max Halley, Gizzie Erskin, Ben Murphy, Vivek Singh and Calum Franklin. Go on, dig in. Bon App.


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    • 57 min
    Richard Corrigan

    Richard Corrigan

    We couldn't wait to get into Corrigan's for this episode, it was raining outside. Only kidding, Richard Corrigan is a man who needs no introduction. The legendary Irish chef looks after Corrigan's Mayfair, Bentley's Oyster Bar and Grill, Bentley's Sea Grill in Harrods in London, and Virginia Park Lodge in Virginia, County Cavan and so to open Daffodil Mulligan just off Old Street. A man who can tell you whimsical tails of times of old from Ireland to Amsterdams to London, this episode is best served with a cold pint of Guinness. Just hit play.
     
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Melissa Hemsley

    Melissa Hemsley

    We are back with Yes Chef Season 3....season bloody three, where does time go? In the first episode Ben and Jordan head into the lovely home of feel-good-food cook and writer Melissa Hemsley. It's not the conventional Yes Chef chit chat as Melissa is armed with a distracting amount of chocolate and asks more questions than a customs officer, but you are in for a treat with this hugely insightful episode that covers championing food, restaurants and finding your passion as well as taking a few chaotic turns along the way. So whether you get the podcast on whilst relaxing, jogging or wallpapering your spare room, hit that play button.


    If you're new to Yes Chef, it's a podcast where we chat to some of our favourite chefs and foodies and uncover their journey into food. Over the first two seasons we’ve chatted to Tom Brown, Adam Handling, Andi Oliver, Chantelle Nicholson, Selin Kiazim, James Cochran, Max Halley, Gizzie Erskin, Ben Murphy, Vivek Singh and Calum Franklin. Go on, dig in. Bon App.
     
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    • 55 min

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