The youngest of the Poernomo Brothers, Reynold is a master of creativity and a marksman in crafting imaginative food. With a passion for taking diners on a journey through taste and texture, Reynold has a knack for delivering a feast for the senses.
Alongside his brothers, Reynold continues to put on an impeccable display for his Sydney diners in his KOI Desert Bars, Monkey’s Corner and TiNi Artisan Bakehouse. They Sydney based restaurants have gone from strength to strength over the last couple of years.
Since bowing out of MasterChef season seven in fourth place, Reynold Poernomo has gone onto become on the most successful chefs of the highly competitive show, and in 2020 Reynold is back where it all began, and back on Channel 10 in MasterChef Australia’s Back to Win. Each night Reynold has wowed viewers with his technical skill and precision in the kitchen, often leaving the judges speechless and wondering how he achieved that in so little time?
Reynold was named a finalist in the Gault & Millau Pastry Chef of the Year awards in 2017, was listed in Forbes Asia’s 30 under 30 the same year, and appeared on the fifth season of MasterChef Indonesia as a guest judge, and hosted a TEDx talk.
Reynold has worked with numerous brands in Australia and South East Asia, and is currently writing is his first cookbook.
Stayed tuned he has a lot of irons in the fire.