Running a world-class restaurant is Barry Zwueste’s cup of tea

An unmistakable sign he would be the first to encourage owners to spend nearly $750,000 on upgrading a restaurant hangs on Barry Zwueste’s wall.

Framed where he can see it every second he is in his office during a 70-hour work week is a ceremonial chain presented to him when he became a member of the Confrerie de La Rotisseurs.

That’s a prestigious international gastronomic society founded in Paris in 1950.

“The society is dedicated to the promotion of fine cuisine,” says Zwueste, general manager of the Fantasyland Hotel and the newly renovated L2 Grill.

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