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Tommy Banks

Tommy Banks – Born in 1989, rising star Michelin Star winning chef and Saturday Kitchen regular Tommy Banks’ co-owns The Black Swan at Oldstead, Oldestad, York, North Yorkshire, YO61 4BL.

Born in 1989, rising star Michelin Star winning chef  Tommy Banks’ establishment, The Black Swan at Oldstead in North Yorkshire, was voted the best restaurant in the world on TripAdvisor in 2017. A regular on the BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, Banks is also the co-host and a judge on The Big Family Cooking Showdown and owns Roots in York as well. Of his food, the critic Giles Coren commented: “They gave me cheese custard for my bread! It was so, so good. Angels sang. Birds fell stone-dead from trees” whilst Tatler’s Annabel Sampson described it as “true unadulterated pleasure.”

 

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2 comments on “Tommy Banks”

  1. British cooking has improved so dramatically in recent years. Another fine chef, but one unlike Gordon Ramsay who actually is pleasant.

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