Guillaume Brahimi, a Frenchman who now calls Sydney home, is one of Australia’s most popular and acclaimed chefs. The three-star Michelin trained French Chef worked with Joel Robouchon in Paris before moving to Australia. For many years his Guillaume at Bennelong, which was situated in the southern shell of the Sydney Opera House was recognised as one of the leading restaurants in Australia.
In March 2008, Guillaume expanded his culinary contributions by opening his very own Bistro, Bistro Guillaume, at Melbourne’s Crown Casino and in September 2012 Guillaume opened his 2nd Bistro Guillaume in Crown Perth.
Guillaume is on the board for the Sydney Cancer Centre and the Bestest Foundation and is very active in many fundraising initiatives.
In 2010 Brahimi authored his first book, Guillaume: Food for Friends, published by Penguin’s Lantern.