Chef of celebrated Croydon restaurant, Albert’s Table, to take part in educational documentary

By - Wednesday 11th March, 2015

Joby Wells, owner and chef of the highly acclaimed Croydon restaurant, Albert’s Table, is to take part in an educational documentary on British produce.

Photo by Albert’s Table, used with permission.

Release begins: Working with video production company Etio, Joby is travelling the country to visit all of the wonderful suppliers that Albert’s Table currently uses.  In the documentary he discusses how and why the various suppliers operate in the way they do, why he choses to use them for his restaurant, and the impact that suppliers like this have on Britain, and British food.

So far, Joby has visited Brixham Fish Market, pork and beef producer Huntsham Court Farm in Hereford, salmon suppliers in Scotland and London’s Borough Market.  When asked about it Joby had this to say:

‘It really is quite exciting.  I have always had a very firm vision on food and ingredients.  That is one of the reasons I started Albert’s Table.  It is fantastic to have this opportunity to share my philosophy with even more people, and to show them the wonderful work that is being done here in Britain by producers of all sorts.

There is a teaser trailer available on YouTube for those would like to see what Joby is up to.  You can find it here.

You can follow Joby on his culinary adventures on the Albert’s Table Twitter; @albertstable, and he also posts images to the Albert’s Table Facebook page.  Joby is set to be participating for another few weeks, so there will be a lot more to come.

Release ends.

Release sender: Kennedy PR.



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