LOCAL CELEBRITY CHEFS

8 local celebrity chefs cooking their signiture dishes

Gary Maclean, Master Chef: The Professionals 2016 winner

A date all foodies will need to circle in the diaries: Masterchef: The Professionals 2016 winner Gary Maclean is all set to cook up a storm at The Best of the West Festival Kitchen on Sunday 10th September 2017. Gary is the senior chef lecturer at the City of Glasgow College and is sure to excite aspiring cooks and help cement Argyll’s reputation as a prominent world-class dining, drinking and travel destination.

  • Paul Leonard, Michelin Star
    Isle of Eriska Hotel

    1-Michelin Star & 3 AA Rosettes "Isle of Eriska Hotel". Paul is originally from Hull where he began his career. His trainers and employers to date have included: Marcus Wareing at his 2-Michelin-Stars restaurant Petrus, Feversham Arms 3 AA Rosettes, Samling 1-Michelin-Star, Restaurant Andrew Fairlie 2-Michelin-Stars

  • Sujitra 'Eddie' Scott, Thai Chef

    Eddie formerly taught at Corrie House cooking school and has been a guest chef at the Oban Winter Festival. Eddie mixes the freshest Scottish ingredients with her natural Thai cooking skills to make memorable dishes.

  • Graeme Cheevers, Michelin Star
    Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond

    Graeme Cheevers grew up on the west coast working in kitchens from the age of 15 where his passion for cooking was fuelled by great Scottish produce. Graeme joined Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond in 2010 and is one of Scotland's most exciting and talented young chefs with an immeasurable passion for everything cooking.

  • Andrew Maclugash, Samphire Restaurant

    Andrew has worked in some of the country's top restaurants developing his skills with Michelin Star chefs: Marcello Tully, Paul Sim and Roy Brett. Andrew won Young Scottish Hotel and Restaurant Chef of the Year in 2010.

TICKETS

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BY DEMAND EARLY BIRD TICKETS (LIMITED AVAILABILITY)

Due to the unprecedented demand for super early bird tickets which have now sold out in record time (thank you), the organisers have been swayed by the large number of emails to release a further limited number of discounted early bird tickets. This will definitely be the last of the discounted tickets. There will be some tickets available for release later in the year but these will be at the full ticket price. Joint Bus/Festival Tickets are selling fast and the number of bus seats is limited. Buy today whilst there is still availability :)

DO NOT USE THE BLUE TICKET OPTION IF YOU WANT TO USE THE FESTIVAL BUS FROM OBAN, DUNOON & GLASGOW. USE THE ORANGE OPTION.
Please note that Super Early Bird Pricing is offered to all attendees using the festival buses from Oban, Dunoon & Glasgow. Its a great deal with no parking or drink driving worries.

You will need to purchase your festival ticket separately using the blue option below if you intend to use a service bus to travel to the festival. The City Link service bus from Campbeltown, Ardrishaig and Lochgilphead can be booked in advance nearer the festival date via the City Link Website. The bus stop is a few minutes walk from the festival entrance.

THREE DAY TICKET ADULT £34.50 CHILD £19.50
FRIDAY ADULT £11.50 CHILD £4.50
SATURDAY ADULT £21.50 CHILD £11.50
SUNDAY ADULT £16.50 CHILD £8.50
Children under 8yrs are free of charge

Tickets cannot be exchanged, refunded, or returned after purchase. Please contact info@bowfest.co.uk for further information.