Tim was one of the first people to be selected to join Jamie Oliver’s restaurant as part of his Fifteen scheme back in 2002. After graduating from Fifteen, Tim went to work at Luke Mangan’s Salt in Sydney before returning to London to join Fergus Henderson at St John for two years where he was the youngest in the kitchen by at least eight years. Following what was an eye opening experience at St John, Tim moved to the Cotswolds in the hope of opening his own pig farm, this wasn’t to be but he found himself as the head chef for the newly opened ‘QI Club’, a private members club in Oxford for the likes of John Lloyd, Stephen Fry, Dawn French and Lenny Henry. After working at the QI Club, Tim moved back to London where he spent the next three years working under the direction of Sam and Sam Clark at Moro.

Following his time at Moro, Tim, along with business partner Jordan Frieda, opened Trullo restaurant in the London neighbourhood of Islington in June 2010 and this year celebrates its tenth anniversary. Their aim was to create an Italian inspired neighbourhood restaurant. It opened to a flurry of critical acclaim that propelled Trullo into the spotlight and it has since established itself, not only as a favourite neighbourhood restaurant in North London, but as one of the best Italian restaurants in the UK.

Tim will be hosting A Night From Italy on the 6th July and a Pasta Cooking Demonstration and Lunch on the 8th July.

These menus are suitable for guests aged 10 and over.