Tom demonstrates a culinary CV that extends from early training at the Gleneagles Hotel to experience garnered from some of the world’s most renowned chefs and restaurants, including Pierre Koffmann and the Three Michelin Star La Tante Claire restaurant in London, Three Michelin Star restaurant Guy Savoy in Paris, and Alain Ducasse’s Three Michelin Star Le Louis XV restaurant in Monte Carlo.
Tom became Scotland’s youngest Michelin Starred Chef-Proprietor, having achieved the accolade aged only 29. He has become a well-known face on television, having appeared on BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, UKTV Food’s Market Kitchen, in BBC2’s successful series, The Great British Menu and BBC2’s Remarkable Places to Eat. Tom has, on many occasions, joined some of the UK’s most renowned chefs on the MasterChef Final Chef’s Table panel as a judge.
In June 2012, Tom received an Honorary Doctorate of Arts degree from Edinburgh Napier University for his significant contribution to Scottish Food Culture.
Awards & Press
- Michelin 2 Stars