Corey Costelloe exits Hunter Avenue Hospitality (previously Rockpool) after 15 years – hospitality

Corey Costelloe has left Hunter Avenue Hospitality after spending 15 years with the group, previously often known as Rockpool Eating Group.

Costelloe first joined as a sous chef underneath Neil Perry, working his means as much as head chef, government chef, and at last culinary director of Rockpool Bar & Grill.

“I began my profession at Rockpool; I helped carry the furnishings in, positioned each chair, delivered the sunshine globes, and spent three days with the workforce watching all of it come collectively,” the chef stated in an interview with Profession Masters.

However Costelloe just isn’t the one employees member to depart the group of late, with different senior employees additionally exiting the enterprise. 

“It’s simply the enterprise cutting down, condensing numbers – there’s not as a lot room within the firm,” the chef instructed Broadsheet.

Final April, The AFR reported Quadrant Personal Fairness was present process a evaluate of its hospitality companies, Pacific Ideas and Hunter Avenue, which operated Bar Patron, Fratelli Contemporary, The Bavarian, Rosetta Sydney and Melbourne, Spice Temple, El Camino Cantina, Munich Brahaus, and a number of other Sake places at its peak.

The group has shuttered numerous venues over time together with Rosetta in Sydney’s CBD and The Bavarian in Bondi.

Costelloe has swiftly moved onto the subsequent chapter of his profession, and can headline a one-week pop-up at Kittawa on King Island in Might.

The residency will see the chef cook dinner over hearth and work with Tasmania’s best produce together with native crayfish to organize four-person dinners.

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