30.April.2021

The Australian Financial Review – Aurora

The restaurant where the chef’s determined to be nice

Will your food taste better if the chef is being nice to the kitchen team instead of nasty? “Yes,” says Brendan Wessels, former chef at d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale.

It’s why he leapt at the chance to head up Aurora, flagship restaurant of Light, Adelaide’s new not-for-profit centre for the creative arts.

Read the full article written by food writer  Jill Dupleix

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