Internationally renowned chef Theo Randall opened his first multi award-winning restaurant, Theo Randall at The InterContinental, to huge critical acclaim and success in 2006 and is consistently ranked among the UK’s top Italian restaurants.
In 2016 he launched Theo’s Simple Italian in Kensington, and his first Asian venture, Theo Mio, opened at The Intercontinental Bangkok in 2015.
Theo was formerly Head Chef and Partner at The River Café, which was awarded its first Michelin Star under his direction, with praise from major critics who described it as 'a place of pilgrimage' which has 'changed Britain's restaurant culture for good.'
His many television appearances include Saturday Kitchen, Market Kitchen, Beat the Chef, Something for the Weekend, Country Show Cook Off, Munch Box, Sunday Brunch, Celebrity MasterChef, Cooks Questions, Win It Cook It, Weekend Kitchen, The Weakest Link celebrity special, Countryfile, and Pointless Celebrities.
He starred as mentor and judge in The Chef’s Protégé on BBC2, and lead his team to victory in ‘Yes Chef’ on BBC One in 2016.
Theo has written cookbooks including ‘Pasta’, and ‘My Simple Italian’ published by Ebury Press, April 2015.
Theo promotes the use of Italian food and drink with Protected Designation of Origin status including Parmigiano-Reggiano and Prosciutto di Parma, and has addressed the Abruzzo Wine Consortium in London.