24 Mar 2020
He said: "Good advice I would give any young college leaver coming into this industry is I'd insist they find their way into a kitchen where they are going to learn one thing every day. A year on they will look back at their repertoire and think 'I've learned that in a year, goodness knows what I'm going to learn in five years.'
"I think young chefs today can expect long hours, hard work, a real sense of achievement and be in the unique position of success within a team."
He continued: "When a CV arrives at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie, first and foremost what we are looking for is dedication and passion. We are also looking for commitment and honesty. Skills you can teach on the job but what's within and the type of person they are you can't.
For Stevie, a young chef interested in working at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie should expect thorough, committed and precise training,