Suman Roy

Chef Suman, one of Canada’s leading chefs and a bestselling cookbook author, is a passionate advocate of “think global, eat local.” With a culinary career that spans more than eighteen years, Chef Suman now brings his passion for the diversity of Canadian cuisine and his commitment to fresh, local ingredients to his role as Director of Culinary and Hospitality Services for Gourmet Alchemy Inc., where he serves clients like Campbell Company of Canada. Chef Suman can also be found teaching culinary arts at Durham College in Whitby. Chef Suman is also the National Corporate Chef for Qualifirst Group of Companies. In 2010, He was the chef for the Athlete’s Village for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics where he created an impressive 12,000 meals a day. He is the author of the Gourmand World Cookbook Award (Paris) and Le Cordon D’Or Culinary Academy Award (Florida) winning cookbook “From Pemmican to Poutine: A Journey Through Canada’s Culinary History.” Chef Suman was a member on the Board of Health for the City of Toronto and Toronto Food Policy Council. Chef Suman has also played a very integral part as an advisor for the first Food Strategy for the City of Toronto. He is currently the Vice President of the Canadian Culinary Federation (Toronto). Chef Suman is also a restaurateur and owns the “most innovative burger-restaurant in Canada,” Wild Burger in Toronto. You can read about this restaurant at: