Tom Pemberton

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Tom Pemberton
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Born 1969
London, England
Culinary career
Cooking style British cuisine

Tom Pemberton (born 1969) is an English chef who cofounded the Hereford Road restaurant off Westbourne Grove, London. He was previously Head Chef at the celebrated St John Bread and Wine in Spitalfields, which is most notable for its use of offal and often neglected cuts of meat. Most of his dishes are traditional British cuisine or variants of such.

Celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain and Mario Batali both praise St John for its dishes which optimise British food whilst also making full use of the whole animal.

Pemberton trained under Fergus Henderson at the original St John in St John Street in Smithfields, and has also cooked at the Chelsea Arts Club and the Anglesea Arms gastro pub in Hammersmith.

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