Manu Feildel from MKR to give business advice to young entrepreneurs

Manu Feildel from MKR to give business advice to young entrepreneurs

“My Kitchen Rules” star Manu Feildel gives business advice to eager entrepreneurs in the upcoming talks

Celebrity chef Manu Feildel is ready to share some business tips with eager entrepreneurs.

The 48-year-old star of Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules will be a guest speaker at a lecture series in Sydney next week.

Produced by My Business Advisory Group, fans will hear how Manu overcame the challenges of running a small business, News.com reports.

Celebrity chef Manu Feildel (pictured) is ready to offer some business advice to eager entrepreneurs at a series of upcoming talks in Sydney

Manu, who is currently a judge on the new season of MKR, rose to fame in the culinary world as the owner of renowned restaurants such as Bilson’s and L’etoile in Sydney.

After years of development to create the perfect product, he launched his own range of spices in 2020.

At the time, Manu said the range was innovative as there was no fresh protein finishing sauce on the market.

Manu’s The Sauce range contains no sugar, preservatives or additives.

Manu is currently a judge on the final season of My Kitchen Rules along with Nigella Lawson.  Pictured together

Manu is currently a judge on the final season of My Kitchen Rules along with Nigella Lawson. Pictured together

The celebrity chef recently revealed what he thinks of hosting MKR without former co-star Pete Evans.

Evans, a disgraced conspiracy theorist and anti-vaccination activist, was booted from reality show Seven in 2020 due to falling ratings before being replaced by British chef Nigella Lawson for the relaunched program this year.

Speaking to the I’ve Got News For You podcast earlier this month, Feildel admitted he felt Evans’ absence while filming the final season.

Manu and Nigella in a scene from the new season of Channel's Seven MKR

Manu and Nigella in a scene from the new season of Channel’s Seven MKR

“Obviously, Pete and I have known each other for a long time, we’re still good friends today, so yeah — that’s missing,” he told the podcast.

“At the same time, it was nice to work with someone new and someone different. The show has been on the shelf for a couple of years, so it was exciting to work with someone else.

Manu and Evans co-hosted My Kitchen Rules for a decade before Evans was released from his $800,000 contract in May 2020.

He recently revealed what he thinks of hosting the cooking show without former co-star Pete Evans (right).

He recently revealed what he thinks of hosting the cooking show without former co-star Pete Evans (right).