The Good Time Group Holdings is extremely pleased to announce Tapos Singha as the new Head Chef at their award winning, hatted restaurant, Miss Moneypenny’s Broadbeach.
Originally from Sydney, Tapos has worked the kitchens of numerous highly acclaimed restaurants including Merivale’s 3 hatted Est at Establishment, two hatted Lucio’s in Paddington, and The Watsons Bay Hotel Est. opened in 2000 during the pre-Olympic City boom and within just a few years the jewel in the Merivale crown received numerous awards including 3 Chef hats for the duration of its operation.
Lucio’s closed recently after 40 years of serving the likes of serving prime ministers, the Beatles and Al Pacino to name a few. Lucio’s maintained two chef hats for more than a decade and was a landmark fixture on the global dining scene.
During his career, Tapos started Bang Street Food in 2015, a unique concept of modern Bangladeshi cuisine.
A Bangladeshi native, Tapos was able to celebrate the street food of his youth.
Bang and Tapos were acknowledged by the New York Times, Gourmet Traveller Australia, Qantas Magazine, Sunday Telegraph and Vogue Australia.
‘We are thrilled to have Tapos on board and are very much looking forward to introducing him to the Gold Coast and push our dining offering to a level yet to be experienced on the Gold Coast. His food is simply incredible. The Queensland dining scene should be very excited about his arrival.’
Ben Walsh, the CEO of The Good Time Group Holdings.
Miss Moneypenny’s is part of The Good Time Group Holdings who also operate Miss Moneypenny’s Noosa, Fat Freddy’s Beach Bar and Diner which is also located in the heart of Broadbeach, plus a yet to be announced landmark hotel which has very recently been acquired by the group.
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