Chef Kendall Curry 


Chef Kendall Curry is a trained certified fine dining chef.  As the oldest of three boys raised by a single Mother, he was responsible for cooking while his mother worked nights. At 17, he started working at Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club then moving to Sleepy Hollow. While working at Sleepy Hollow Curry met chef Nordeen Bennai. He followed chef Bennai to Pepperoni Grill where he worked for 5 years until moving with Bennai to Café 501 in Edmond. While working at Café 501, he could often be found helping on the line at Boulevard SteakHouse. 

In 2000, he took a position at The Ranch SteakHouse as the broiler chef. Leaving in 2005, to help open Rococo Restaurant and Fine Wine, then returning in 2006. Shortly after returning Curry decided to attend culinary school. Upon graduation in 2008 he was promoted to sous chef. Eventually becoming executive chef of The Ranch. 

In 2015, chef Curry left The Ranch to pursue a short stint as executive chef at West. In December 2015, he decided to become self-employed, opening Chef Curry To Go Modern American Comfort Food. In June 2019, he closed his restaurant to focus on catering and meal prep.

Chef Curry is diverse in several cuisines. His food is made from scratch with fresh herbs, vegetables, and seasonings that explode with flavor. Chef Curry prides himself on creating one-of-a-kind signature dishes that tease the palate and comforts the soul.