Tattersall’s Club is dishing up a new level of epicurean excellence as it welcomes renowned international culinary artist, Executive Chef Warren Turnbull.
With several esteemed Australian Good Food Guide ‘Chef’s Hat’ awards to his name among other accolades, Warren is set to lead the menu not just for Tattersall’s upcoming Conservatory, but the Club as a whole.
The appointment is the latest in a string of enhancements made to Tattersall’s to continually enrich Members’ experiences.
“I’m hoping to bring a real consistency to the style of food throughout the Club – not just the Members’ Dining Room or The Conservatory,” Warren said.
“The food and what we’re offering will follow through to the Members’ Bar and functions.
“So no matter where you are dining in the Club, you will have a sense of enjoyment.”
As well as leading acclaimed Sydney restaurants Banc and Assiette, Warren’s international experience includes cooking for the royal family of Abu Dhabi, and working alongside acclaimed British chef Marco Pierre White in the UK.
“Coming to Tattersall’s, I fell in love with the Members’ Dining Room.
“As soon as I saw it, I was just blown away and it brought back a lot of memories of my early cooking career with beautiful dining rooms, and I just could not resist. I just had to be part of it.”
He said he is excited to be part of Queensland’s leading private Club, and to put a modern twist on classic dishes – whilst keeping signature favourites.
Warren shared his culinary philosophy, hinting at what Members’ can expect.
“Finding the best produce, and doing very little to it. So let the produce speak for itself.
“Just with a little bit of love, you’ve got an amazing dish. Keep it simple,” he said.
Warren joined the team in January and has already begun infusing his skills into the Club.
His approach for The Conservatory is set to reimagine the dining experiences offered to Members, introducing a more contemporary option to complement the signature Members’ Dining Room – which will be elevated to new heights of traditional dining.
The Conservatory is set to open in May, and bookings will be opening soon.
In the meantime, the Club is ready to welcome you and your guests for breakfast, lunch, or dinner to experience some of Warren’s new menu additions - and gain a taste for what’s to come.