One of Australia’s most acclaimed chefs, French-born Guillaume Brahimi realised his passion for cooking at an early age. As a young man, he trained at three-star Michelin restaurants La Tour D'argent and Jamin under Joel Robuchon in Paris, before moving to Sydney in the late 1990s to open a flagship restaurant at the Sydney Opera House.
As Guillaume Brahimi puts it:
“Bistro Guillaume is just the sort of place where I would like to eat on a regular basis. It’s the perfect place for a simple meal or a more elaborate celebration. From noon until late, you can pop in on your own to have a satisfying salad or come late at night for a bowl of French onion soup. I want guests to feel relaxed and welcome and know that they have plenty of options to choose from.”