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Adam Byatt

Adam Byatt

Adam Byatt is a British chef born in Essex. Through his two Clapham restaurants, Trinity and Bistro Union, Adam has risen to become one of the most respected names in the industry and is renowned for his love of seasonal British produce.

Having learnt his trade in some of London’s finest establishments including Claridge’s, The Berkeley and The Square, Adam opened Trinity in 2006 and has held three AA Rosettes there for the past five years. Building on Trinity’s success, Adam opened Bistro Union in 2012, and in 2013 he backed one of his former Trinity chefs, Tom Sellers, in one of the year’s hottest new openings, Restaurant Story.

While Adam is first and foremost a chef, his passion for food has led him into other areas, most notably his regular appearances on BBC One’s Saturday Kitchen and the publication of his first book How to Eat In.

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