Twice finalist, Anton Piotrowski began cooking in a pub in Ivybridge, Devon, at the age of 16 while training in Plymouth and soon moved on to the kitchens of the Burgh Island and Plantation House hotels. After a brief spell working in London, Anton returned to Devon where he bought The Treby Arms in Sparkwell in 2011. In 2012 Anton entered and became joint winner of BBC MasterChef The Professionals and later that year, also secured a Michelin star at The Treby Arms. In 2014, Anton opened hi ssecond pub, The Springer Spaniel near Launceston in Cornwall. In early 2016, the Treby Arms was named 15th in the UK’s Top 50 Gastropubs. In 2017, Anton left the Treby Arms to open a new restaurant, Roski, in Liverpool.