The Masters Series – Ross Lusted
Date: Tuesday, 16 October 2018
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Venue: Hyde Park Palms, Hyde Park North (St James Station), Elizabeth St
Join the current editor of Good Food Ardyn Bernoth and former Good Food Guide editor and Festival Director of Good Food Month, Joanna Savill, as they invite The Bridge Room’s Ross Lusted, to explore some of the most iconic dishes of the last 20 years that influenced him, and changed the course of Sydney dining forever.
Ross Lusted is Chef/Owner of one of Sydney’s most beloved dining establishments, The Bridge Room, which has been awarded numerous accolades including The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide’s Restaurant of the Year (2016) & Chef of the Year (2014).
Lusted has worked extensively in restaurants across Asia-Pacific over the past thirty years including Rockpool (Sydney), Mezza9 (Singapore) and Amankila (Bali). His most recent role before returning to Australia to open The Bridge Room was as Head of Food and Beverage Development for Amanresorts where he was responsible for all Food and Beverage concepts and developments for new Aman projects throughout Europe, Asia, the United States, and the Caribbean.
The Bridge Room
With a coveted culinary career spanning 30 years, Lusted sets his sights high. After working in restaurants and hotels across the globe, Lusted eventually hung his hat in Sydney, and in 2011 opened our city’s beloved The Bridge Room.
Lusted and his restaurant has taken out most of the country’s highest accolades, including The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide’s Restaurant of the Year (2016) & Chef of the Year (2014).
Lusted has worked across the Asia-Pacific, including residencies at Mezza9 (Singapore), Amankila (Bali) as well as being Head of Food and Beverage Development for Aman Resorts (Europe, Asia, US, and the Caribbean). Closer to home, Lusted was Executive Chef of Rockpool Sydney, the Park Hyatt Sydney’s Harbour Bar and Kitchen, as well as David Thompson’s legendary Darley Street Thai.
Ross is an asset to the culinary arts in this country, and an integral part of Good Food Month Sydney.
This event is strictly 18+.
Entry will not be permitted to guests under 18 years of age.
Attendees must carry with them valid photo ID as proof of age and will be required to present this upon entry.
Please note that seating at this event will be at share tables and seating allocations will be advised at the event. If you plan on attending this event with friends who are booking tickets separately, please notify us at time of booking and we will do our best to accommodate your request.