As one of the brightest stars in British cooking, Marcus Wareing’s modern, light cuisine delivers the best flavours using ingredients from all over the British Isles and further afield.
Lancashire-born Marcus began his restaurant career at The Savoy aged just 18, and having worked alongside Albert Roux at Le Gavroche, he then worked with Gordon Ramsay for almost 15 years. Marcus was Chef Patron of Pétrus for 9 years taking over the restaurant in September 2008 under his own name as ‘Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley’. He has recently opened a unique British brasserie ‘The Gilbert Scott’ in the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
Marcus’s passion and attention to detail has secured him 2 Michelin stars, along with recognition as GQ’s chef of the year in 2009, and a variety of accolades including 5 AA rosettes and Harden’s award for London’s Best Chef.
Marcus lives in Wandsworth with his wife Jane, and three children; Jessie, Archie and Jake.