Strange twist in missing woman’s case
In the era of COVID-19, remote work and Zoom meetings hardly raise an eyebrow, but what if you're running one of the country's most anticipated restaurants and your boss, one of the world's greatest chefs, happens to be stuck overseas? Meet Alan Stuart, the man tasked with heading Oncore, the booked-out fine-diner at Crown Sydney bringing the food of Clare Smyth – three-Michelin-star chef of London's Core – to the harbour city.
A day in the life of 30-year-old Stuart might revolve around coordinating a team of 60 to deliver the kind of precision experience expected of such a high-profile restaurant opening, but typically it'll end debriefing with Smyth over WhatsApp.
"We're constantly talking to her – I call her after service, talk about how the service has been, and …
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