Miami’s restaurant scene is on fire. Many local chefs are opening new restaurants or expanding their culinary empires. One such example is Award Winning British Chef Justin Brown.
In Miami, Justin partnered with Aston Martin and set up his creative food company launching restaurant concepts and events.
Justin is now based in Lisbon, Amsterdam and Miami where he has set up The Chippy Group bringing Fish and Chips to Miami.
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Miami’s restaurant scene is on fire. Many local chefs are opening new restaurants or expanding their culinary empires. One such example is Award Winning British Chef Justin Brown. In Miami, Justin partnered with Aston Martin and set up his creative food company launching restaurant concepts and events.
Justin is now based in Lisbon, Amsterdam and Miami where he has set up The Chippy Group bringing Fish and Chips to Miami. In this interview, we talked about what inspired him to start as a chef and why he decided to open his restaurant in Miami.
Who Is Justin Brown?
British-born Justin Brown is an Award winning Chef and Entrepreneur (Chef of the Year UK 3 Years Running, Michelin Guide for 10 Years in a row, Morning Advertisers Chef of the Year 3 years in a row, Best Newcomer in the UK, 2 AA Rosettes, 6/10 Good Food Guide).
He is also a Cookbook Author (Dining through the Seasons, The Amsterdam Cookbook, The Henderson’s Relish Cookbook, Tweet Treats).
Justin has worked in some of the most recognized hotels and restaurants around the world including The Landmark London (5 Star De-Lux, 1 Michelin Star), Montes with Jamie Oliver in Knightsbridge.
Prior to Miami, Justin lived in Amsterdam for five years where he opened various restaurants, including The Bao Bar at Karakter, Baohuis and The Dirty Chicken Club. Justin became Chef Owner of Bao Buns Amsterdam and The Chippy, culinary concepts.
Justin has exciting plans coming up in the future, expanding his restaurant business in Miami and around the world.
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SOME QUESTIONS I ASK:
How did it get started as a chef and why did you start your own restaurants?
How was it to move to Miami? what has been your biggest struggle?
Why did you decide to open your restaurant in Miami?
What makes the Miami restaurant scene so unique?
- Who are your favorite foodies in Miami?
- Do you have any advice for those who want to become a chef and open a restaurant?
- What is your favorite thing to do in Miami?
- Favorite Miami neighborhood and place to hang out?
- What can we expect from you in the future?
Justin’s Instagram: @justinbrownchef
Justin’s website: justinbrownchef.com
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