Terence Feury Moving On From Fork

In a big score for New Jersey, word has just come down that Terence Feury, after a three-and-a-half year run as chef at Ellen Yin‘s Fork, will be leaving to become chef-partner at Tavro 13 in Swedesboro.

Klein has the details over on the Insider, but the nut of it is that Feury’s out, Yin is in the market for a new chef, current sous chef Luke Eschbach will be taking over the kitchen in the interim, and Tavro 13 is looking to be ready to open at the end of August.

Terence Feury Leaving Fork [The Insider]

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  • BadMove

    Terence, you are making a big mistake. Don’t do it, you will regret it.

  • Cheltenham Charlie

    He’s a terrific chef, we’ve enjoyed all our meals at Fork. Good luck in your new gig, bon chance.

  • I hope they all keep supporting the local farmers. The fresh local ingredients are top notch.

  • GreatMove

    Other than their sublime smoked salmon nachos, Old Swedes had been a disappointment in recent years. Welcome, Chef Feury! We anticipate many wonderful meals at Tavro 13.


    Best of luck to you Chef! We have been following your professional career with interest ever since your wonderful graduation speech at Atlantic County Community College more than 10 years ago. We were both touched by your sincerity then, and your gracious generosity since. We came to see you at Striped Bass, and again later at the Ritz Carlton. The last time we saw you was at Fork! We look forward to your new venture with great excitement…so glad to have you closer to our home! Sincerely, Irene and Roy Graham