King Chef is a British chef who won a silver medal in the International Culinary Federation’s World Cup for the 2011 Culinary Show.
The award was given to the best chef from a team of seven, including King Chef.
The winning chef is expected to be announced later this week.
King Chef’s success is a huge coup for the UK, which has had a tough time with the economic downturn and high unemployment.
He won the award in the world’s oldest culinary competition, the International Master of Fine Dining.
“King Chef is such an amazing chef and it’s great that he’s here and working with the BBC,” said David Skelton, the BBC’s director of television and radio.
“It’s great to see him here and he’s making a difference for the British culinary scene.”
King Chef was the first British chef to win a medal in a global competition, winning silver at the World Cup in 2013.
He also made history when he was the only chef in history to win the prestigious Prix d’Élémentaire d’Ange, or the World’s Most Outstanding Chef.
“It’s such a big honour and I’m so excited to have King Chef with us,” said Jessica Todhunter, a London-based chef who was awarded the World Master of Culinary at the International Awards for Young Culinary Talent.
“I think the World is a great place to be and we’ve got some amazing chefs in the country.”
Todhunter also said she was inspired to come to the U.K. after working with King Chef and her husband on a number of occasions in the U