World’s Greatest Chef

Does this make you want to eat at the Don Camillo Restaurant in Osborne Park? I’ve no idea if the Chef is indeed the world’s greatest. He may well be. Even if he’s middling to average, I’d be ok with it. Unfortunately the world’s greatest chef has not met Osborne Park’s greatest graphic designer. And the rust, mould, and graffiti are not helping. At first glance he’s pulling something out of his nose. And there’s a steaming pile of something on that plate. This from the Osborne Park specialist Vic Demised. Vic, not as glamorous as being our man in Havana, but you de man for Ossie Park. Anyone who has had a good eating experience at Teh Camillo, I’m happy to hear from.

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15 Responses to World’s Greatest Chef

  1. Cheffing ( in disguise) is Troy Buswell’s other job !


  2. forkboy says:

    they have a “live” band and dancing on Sunday nights……..I shit you not there is a line out the door with people waiting to get in……………..supreme weirdness.


  3. Well, he could be the world’s greatest chef you know.


  4. David Cohen says:

    If Pavarotti hadn’t died last year I would’ve suggested it’s him.

    Or is it a porked-up Don Burke??


  5. Bento says:

    Dom DeLuise?


  6. Snuff says:

    I’m certainly willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, TLA, notwithstanding that even a cursory google reveals a long list of contenders laying claim to the title, none of whom, curiously, are female. I may have stumbled upon the secret of his success here, however,

    For anyone with a culinary and literary bent, you could do much, much worse than to track down a beautiful short story on the subject entitled “Sorry Fugu”, written by the incomparable T. Coraghessan Boyle, originally published in Harpers 275, and included in his 1989 collection of short stories, “If the river was Whiskey”. You’ll find all the details here Buon appetito !


  7. Snuff says:

    p.s. Is it only me, TLA, or does it look like he’s just swallowed the roach ?


  8. Those lazy graffidiots didn’t bother to add the ciggie.


  9. Bento says:

    I understand the need for the stink lines rising from the plate of steaming whatever, but why are there wobble lines around the World’s Greatest Chef’s hat?


  10. forkboy says:

    Bento @ 5 – Derryn Hinch?


  11. Maybe it’s meant to be Peter Russell Clark?

    Then it WOULD be the world’s greatest chef.


  12. miz says:

    This place is a complete hit with 70 year old Italian women.

    Smorgasbord, featuring half thawed prawns.

    An MC who will break out in Dean Martin songs at any time.

    Tables in that long row configuration where you’re stuck next to the great-aunty who talks all night about the townhouses her grandson is building in Spearwood.

    Great value for money.


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  14. Jez says:

    I rate the stench lines rising from the plate.


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