Scott Webster opened the re-birth of his famous London restaurant Osia in March 2010 at Resorts World™ Sentosa's Festive Walk.
Chef / Co-Owner of Carrington Place New South Wales, Australia
Epitomising the face of eclectic Australian cuisine is celebrity chef and successful entrepreneur, Scott Webster. He is the main powerhouse behind Australian Culinary Consultants (ACC), which has planned and developed dining concepts for some of the world's major hospitality projects including Hyde Park Corner in London for the InterContinental group and the Westin Hotel in Sydney on the former GPO site. Through hotel and airline food promotions, assisted menu planning, trade exhibitions, seminars and lectures abroad, as well as through educational tours throughout Australia for executive chefs and importers, ACC has assisted in placing Australia at the forefront of many a chef's preferred supplier list.
Chef Webster's latest accomplishment was opening the highly-anticipated Carrington Place in New South Wales, Australia, in April 2009 with his wife, Jennifer. A beautifully restored and modern guesthouse, the dining room serves contemporary cuisine using superb primary products with indigenous flavours from Australia and wines from the renowned Hunter Valley region. As a chef, he has an impressive career track throughout Europe, the USA, Canada and Asia and having had the privilege of working at the legendary Savoy Hotel in London, UK, and at the Grand Hotel in Leysin, Switzerland. In 1998, he was the coordinating chef for the athletes' village at the Winter Olympic Games in Alberta, Canada. Together with Jennifer, the couple launched The Young Outback Chef Scholarship in 2006, creating career opportunities for promising young chefs from around regional Australia bi-annually. Also known as the founder behind The Masters of Australian Food and Wine, a leading bi-annual gastronomic event held at Crown Casino Melbourne, Chef Webster continues to change the landscape of the Australian culinary scene.