New head chef at The Gunyah Motel, Grant Calvert.
New head chef at The Gunyah Motel, Grant Calvert. Georja Ryan

Chef cooks up a storm

THE Gunyah Motel has warmly welcomed their new head chef, Grant Calvert, and with positive feedback flowing in he couldn't be happier to be there.

Former head chef at Rupert's Bar and Grill, Mr Calvert said he was fitting into his new role like a piece of a puzzle.

His menu is all made fresh with a focus on quality.

"Everything is made from scratch. I don't cut any corners," he said.

It's the unmistakable passion that comes when he slips on his chef jacket that rolls onto the plates of diners.

"I love cooking and it's really nice when people enjoy your food," Mr Calvert said.

The menu reflects Mr Calvert's own creations, with new seasonal dishes to tantalise all tastebuds.

Born and bred in the Rose City, Mr Calvert studied at Warwick TAFE and did his apprenticeship in Spring Creek.

For those thinking of popping in for a feed, he recommended the duck for an entree, garlic, chorizo and fetta fettuccine for a main and the apple and rhubarb crumble to finish.



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