This year’s post Symposium Gala Dinner will not only reveal the 2020 Queensland Seafood Industry Award winners but also provide Gala Dinner guests the opportunity to meet and mingle with Queensland’s celebrity chef and seafood enthusiast Alastair McLeod.
In addition to the awards presentation, dinner guests will be treated to an “after-dinner talk show” where Alastair McLeod will join the evening’s MC to discuss “all things seafood”.
Is there anything you always wanted to ask a celebrity chef about seafood?
Now you can.
Send us your question(s) and we will try to incorporate them into the conversation. Only condition, you have to be a Gala Dinner ticket holder and let us now your question before June 30, 2020.
So, don’t hold back.
Register today and email us your question(s) with your name and seafood industry occupation (if applicable). If you prefer not to be named during the interview, no problem, just let us know.
About Alastair McLeod
Look past the Irish accent and you’ll discover Alastair McLeod is one very proud Australian. The much loved chef and TV personality was born in Belfast and classically trained in Europe but has chosen Brisbane, Queensland as his home.
Alastair has a regular recipe column in the Brisbane News, is a presenter with Channel Seven’s Queensland Weekender and Network 10’s Ready Steady Cook. His Irish brogue is also frequently heard on ABC radio.
His experience in the kitchen is extensive; he’s worked at Michelin listed restaurants across the world, such as Roscoff in Belfast, United Kingdom and Da Giovanni in Torino, Italy. He’s also worked at La Fregate in Collioure, France and one of Scotland’s finest restaurants The Ubiquitous Chip in Glasgow. His tenures in Brisbane have included roles as executive chef at the iconic Bretts Wharf as well as the much acclaimed Tank Restaurant and Bar.