Heidi joined the Crooked Goose in May to assist with leading the restaurant.
Previously she was in sales with Truffles Catering for a year, and prior to that worked in sales at the Fairmont Empress. Her background includes Food and Beverage management in resorts in Tofino and restaurants in Vancouver.
She is originally from the Okanagan and likes hot dry weather, good wine and great food.
Heidi enjoys meeting new people and creating a warm inviting atmosphere to welcome guests into.
Globally inspired and locally sourced is the cornerstone philosophy behind Lukas' cuisine.
Using the ancient techniques of fermentation while embracing the modern techniques of molecular gastronomy & keeping his Ingredients locally sourced allows him to fully celebrate what he considers to be Canadiana cuisine.
The multicultural fare that started with an Apprenticeship by Chef Boban Kovachevich in Vancouver B.C. The city and chef that gave him a global viewpoint on cuisine from a young age.
Passionate about the food he cooks, and the team he is privileged to cook beside.
There is no finish line on flavour.
Prior to residing in Victoria, Bradford was raised in Park City Utah where he started his career in the restaurant industry working for Billy White, a celebrated restauranteur. It was then that he helped organize and open Billy White's new 350 seat restaurant.
Shortly after Bradford moved to California to pursue an education in music. In 2007 Bradford moved to Victoria, BC and switched directions to becoming a cook where his natural creativty flourished and he rose quickly in every position he was in.
Bradford has been in leadership roles all throughout Victoria from Garricks Head Pub to Victoria Harbour House.
Bradford then spent the next seven years at Heron Rock Bistro cutting his teeth in baking, menu creation and profound love of local produce and sustainability.
Andrew Moffatt was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
His first introduction to food and hospitality was at his grandparents who were operating a Bed and Breakfast in
Homemade ice cream, jams, baking, big family dinners on Sunday nights, with interesting people from all over the world, became the foundation for his passion for hospitality.
The family moved to the Fraser Valley in 1990 where Andrew embarked on his own food and beverage journey by taking a job with a little company named McDonald's.
Connecting people with quality food and beverage was the driving force behind opening Heron Rock Bistro in 2005.
Seven years later an opportunity at the corner of Wilkinson and Interurban led to Crooked Goose Bistro opening it’s doors in November 2012.
To this day it’s the People, the incredible food and phenomenal local beverage scene that make Crooked Goose and Heron Rock places where people continue to come together.
Cheers to that!