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Ryan Clift

Over the course of his 23-year career, Ryan has worked with some of the world's best chefs, launched a highly anticipated TV show on the National Geographic Channel, and was deemed the gastronomic superstar of tomorrow by 10 of the world's greatest chefs in the cookbook by Phaidon titled Coco.
Celeriac & Duck Tongue
Claridge's Hotel. London
Vue de Monde. Australia
Head Chef
'Mobile Chef' 8-Episode Show. Singapore
Chef / TV Host
'Chef on the Road'. National Geographic Channel (Asia)
Chef / TV Host
Open Door Policy, ODP. Singapore
Head Chef
Tippling Club. Singapore
Executive Chef / Owner
BOH operations
Ingredient sourcing
Food styling
Kitchen management
Knife skills
Menu development
Safe food handling
Time management
TV/radio guest appearances
Chef Clift's brand of modern gastronomy is fun, playful and fresh. It imbues the dining experience with a sense of excitement and a touch of theatre. Known for its experimental, ultra-progressive cuisine and cocktails, Tippling Club was ranked the 45th best bar in the world by The World's 50 Best Bars in 2013. Miele named The Tippling Club Asia's 12th Best Restaurant in its Asian dining guide. Clift pushes the extremes of ingredients and textures to create an ever-evolving dining experience.

  • 0:53 / 3:00 Chef Ryan Clift, rest. Tippling Club - Singapore, in rest. El Coq (Italy)

  • Gourmet Abu Dhabi 2011 - Masterclass by Ryan Clift 2

  • Chef Ryan Clift Prepares Hot Heirloom Carrot Salad


  • Chef On The Road - with Ryan Clift

Gourmet Abu Dhabi
Crave Sydney International Food Festival
Singapore Tourism Board
Madrid Fusion
Audi Fashion Festival, Singapore
Heston Blumenthal
KU DE TA - 'I'm an ANGEL' Charity 10th annual Event
Gaggenau - Global Culinary Ambassador
Formula One Grand Prix, Singapore
i-india, Street Child Project
Blades Of The Gods
In the Mix 2 Cookbook - Thermomix Recipes by Dani Valent
National Geographic Channel, Global
Identità Golose - Milan, Italy
Savour - Food & Drink Festival, Singapore
  • IS Magazine, Singapore - 4 Stars - Tippling Club, 2009
  • Coco Cookbook by Phaidon - Top 100 up and coming Chefs of the World - Ryan Clift, 2009
  • World Gourmet Summit, Singapore - Finalist Best New Restaurant - Tippling Club, 2010
  • Miele Awards - Top 20 Restaurants Asia - Tippling Club ranked #10, 2010
  • Miele Awards - Top 20 Restaurants Asia - Tippling Club ranked #12, 2012
  • World Gourmet Summit, Singapore - Finalist Chef of the Year - Ryan Clift, 2013
  • World Gourmet Summit, Singapore - Winner Restaurant of the Year - Tippling Club, 2013
  • Drinks International - World's Top 50 Bars - Tippling Club ranked #45, 2013
  • William Reed Business Media - Asia's 50 Best Restaurants - Tippling Club ranked #23, 2014
Ryan Clift
Ryan Clift

Tippling Club
Executive Chef / Owner

Ryan's culinary career began at the early age of 14 at a one Michelin Star restaurant near his hometown of Devizes, Wiltshire (UK). Immediately drawn to the high energy and atmosphere of the kitchen, Ryan worked his way up from washing dishes to becoming a young culinary protégé. After graduating from culinary school, he moved to London, where he landed a position in the restaurant at London's most prestigious hotel, Claridge's. Over the course of his 23-year career, Ryan has worked with some of the world's best chefs, including Marco-Pierre White, Peter Gordon, Emmanuel Renaut, Shannon Bennett, and Raymond Capaldi. In 1999, Ryan moved to Australia where he excelled as Head Chef of Vue de Monde, one of Australia's most acclaimed restaurants with numerous awards including three hats by The Age Good Food Guide. In early 2008, Ryan moved to Singapore to start his own venture, determined to take modern food and cocktail pairing to a new level. It was here that Ryan and his team launched, Tippling Club. Within its first year of operation, Tippling Club quickly earned its reputation as one of Singapore's top restaurants. In 2009, Ryan was handpicked by 10 of the world's greatest chefs of today, as the gastronomic superstar of tomorrow in the cookbook by Phaidon titled Coco.  It wasn't long before Tippling Club earned a place in the annual Miele Guide compilations of Asia's Top 20 Restaurants in 2010, 2011 and 2012. Tippling Club also had success for their drinks in the list of 'World's 50 Best Bars' in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 by the highly regarded industry publication, 
Drinks International. In the first few years Tippling Club was the sole Singapore-based bar and the highest ranked in Asia with only two other bars, both from Japan, featuring in the region. Tippling Club's most recent industry accolade Includes a new entry into Asia's 50 Best Restaurants sponsored by S. Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, at Number 23 on the list.Early in 2011 Ryan put Singapore on the global culinary map by being the first Singapore-based chef to be selected to present alongside the world's best chefs at the prestigious culinary event, Madrid Fusión. This was the stepping stone for the next year which saw Ryan as a presenter at Gourmet Abu Dhabi, CRAVE Sydney International Food Festival and Omnivour Food Festival in Paris and Brussels. He also fulfilled a prestigious invitation to guest chef at Restaurant Ikarus in the Red Bull Hangar-7 in Salzburg, Austria. Led by Roland Tretti, Restaurant Ikarus runs on a unique system of showcasing a different top International chef every month which saw Ryan present his signature Tippling Club creations.  2011 also saw Chef Ryan launch his highly anticipated TV show on the National Geographic Channel. Hosted by Ryan himself, 'Chef on the Road' tracks his journey through the varied and colourful culinary 
landscape of Asia; the first episode saw him creating a menu from scratch with local ingredients, in Rajasthan, India for the Maharaja of Jaipur at his palace. Ryan has also gone on to produce his own 8-episode show 'Mobile Chef' which sees him cook at various locations in Singapore including Singapore Zoo and the new Gardens by the Bay.