Alastair McLeod

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Not to be confused with Alistair MacLeod, Canadian author.

Alastair McLeod is a celebrity chef based in Brisbane Australia.[1] He is a regular guest on Ready Steady Cook, Queensland Weekender[2] and ABC Radio.[3] Alastair also hosts his own food show ″Off the Eaten Track″ that has screened in Australia, Asia, and New Zealand [4]

Born in Belfast Northern Ireland, he is the son of Australian singer Candy Devine.[5] He credits his love of cooking and food to his multicultural background of Torres Strait Islander, Sri Lankan, Danish, Filipino[6] and Spanish ancestry.[7]

Alastair worked in several Michelin listed restaurants in Europe, including the Roscoff in Belfast (working for Paul Rankin),[8] and Da Giovanni restaurant in Torino, Italy, as well as other venues in Scotland and France.[9]

He is the former executive chef of Bretts Wharf Restaurant and Tank Restaurant and Bar in Brisbane.

He now owns and runs Al'FreshCo, a Brisbane catering company.[3]

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