Silvena Rowe is Britain's top female chef. Not only has she successfully opened The Mayfair Hotel's critically acclaimed restaurant Quince, she is the author of 6 best selling cookery books and has graced our screens in numerous prime time television cooking shows.

The phenomenon Silvena Rowe, chef, TV personality and author is a blend of many different ingredients. Born in Bulgaria on the Turkish border, her father's romantic, bohemian approach to life and cooking was a seed that planted itself firmly in her soul, and a recent journey back to her Eastern Mediterranean roots to explore the gastronomy of the Ottoman empire was the inspiration for her best-selling book "Purple Citrus and Sweet Perfume".

Silvena's career has seen her cook for London's most discerning diners, from royalty to rock star and her inspirational cooking style also led to a role as food consultant on David Cronenberg's 2007 film Eastern Promises. Her infectious personality regularly lights up our TV screens and she is a regular on BBC's Saturday Kitchen. Silvena's stunning looks, outspoken opinions and outstanding culinary skills have also been shared with the nation on ITV's This Morning, UKTV Food's Good Food Live and My Kitchen.

The authority on modern Eastern Mediterranean cooking, Silvena's approach is bold, fragrant, sensual and above all, delicious. Silvena can also be seen as celebrity chef and judge on ABC's Time Machine Chefs and BBC's Keep Cooking and Carry on.

Silvena Rowe

 
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