Gourmet Traveller

Daniel Johnston

Daniel Johnston is constantly curious in his practice as a chef, and I am drawn to his irreverent, eccentric character. Over the past seven years or so, he has delighted us with his innovative Italian pop-ups around town, yet Dan also offers so much more with his explorations that go beyond the kitchen.

I love Dan’s Italian cooking style – his food, with its “Italian nonna” touch, reminds me of the days I worked at The Restaurant Manfredi. I had the privilege of learning from the formidable Franca, Stefano and

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