PIERRICK BOYER INTERNATIONAL PASTRY CHEF
Pierrick Boyer Bio:
Pierrick has received many awards for his outstanding creations. In 1996, Pierrick won the honorary award for the most creative sugar work in the well-renowned South Western Regional Pastry Chef competition, and in 2002 was awarded by the Palm Springs Les Dames Escofier for the most original dessert.
Pierrick has made international appearances in: Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia & Japan, in special events, charity & cooking segments on TV shows. With a wealth of international experience working alongside acclaimed Chefs such as: Alain Ducasse, Christophe Michalak, Pierre Marcolini and Stephane Leroux (MOF).
In 2010-2011, the peanut chocolate-raspberry gateau was voted ‘Best Gateau’ in Foodies Guide to Melbourne and ‘Best Chocolate Cakes’ by ‘The Herald Sun.’ In 2012, Le Petit Gateau was voted ‘Top Restaurant’ by Zomato (formerly Urbanspoon). In 2013, Pierrick was involved with the RACV Achievement Awards and also was involved with ‘Taste of Tennis’ during the Australian Open & in 2014 & in 2015 he was a part of the Alzheimers Gala Charity dinner in Melbourne & Rotary Club in Penang, Malaysia.
Perrick has featured in numerous publications in Australia, Europe & South East Asia. Pierrick has appeared on SBS ‘Taste le Tour’ with Gabriel Gate (2007-2011), ‘French Food Safari ‘with Maeve O’Meara, twice on Coxy’s Big Break, ‘3 Postcard’ segments, Justine Schofield in ‘Everyday Gourmet,’ chefmasterclasses.com & ‘Paris2 Provence festival’ from its inception.