Graeme Pallister

Graeme Pallister
Graeme Pallister

Perthshire born and raised Graeme Pallister is chef/patron in one of Scotland’s top rated restaurants 63 Tay Street since 2007. ‘Honest, Local, Simple’ is the guiding ethos at 63.

See Graeme’s Forgotten Food Recipe – Manx Kipper with apple and celeriac

Graeme works closely with a great selection of local suppliers and Artisan producers to help promote Perth’s – the first Scottish Cittaslow city – outstanding and eclectic larder.  He is extremely proud to be the food columnist for Scotland’s oldest and biggest International selling monthly, The Scots Magazine.

After his return from Terra Madre, Graeme helped school children fundraise and build a kitchen at a local primary school; growing fresh produce and developing cooking hearts and minds. This was formally opened this year by Richard Lochhead MSP. It was in this garden vegetable patch that a ten year old pupil found a truffle, which was later examined by mycologists and found to be the first white truffle identified this North in the world. He is currently working on his second school.




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