TV personality and British Michelin-star chef Gary Rhodes passed away at the age of 59 in Dubai.
The celebrity got his first taste of Michelin success as a head chef in 1986. Since then, he’s been at the helm of six one-star restaurants.
Rhodes worked in a number of restaurants in London throughout the 1990s before making his big break on screen at the age of 27.
He was best known for presenting programs including MasterChef, Hell’s Kitchen and MasterChef USA.
Chef Rhodes moved to Dubai nearly a decade ago, where he ran RhodesTwenty10 at Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa, and Rhodes W1 at Grosvenor House Dubai, as well as his in-theater dining concepts in collaboration with Vox Cinemas.
Rhodes’s cause of death is as of yet unknown.Add to Favorites