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Cracco in Galleria, sold out immediately

First dinner seating 52 people and a menu balanced between classics, new dishes and a once again classic cutlet served with the bone too

Carlo Cracco with Luca Sacchi, his precious sous-chef, laugh as they wait to begin their first service at the new Ristorante Cracco on Wednesday 21st February in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan. Photo by Paolo Marchi

Carlo Cracco with Luca Sacchi, his precious sous-chef, laugh as they wait to begin their first service at the new Ristorante Cracco on Wednesday 21st February in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan. Photo by Paolo Marchi

by Paolo Marchi

Read | 22-02-2018 | 07:00 | Affari di Gola di Paolo Marchi

Behind the Bras’s no to Michelin

Dreaming freedom, protecting family values. An extraordinary testimony of the days they rejected the 3 stars

Simone Cantafio, chef and director at restaurant Michel Bras in Toya, Japan, between Sebastien and Michel Bras. Born near Milan in 1986, Cantafio has been working with the Bras for almost 10 years

Simone Cantafio, chef and director at restaurant Michel Bras in Toya, Japan, between Sebastien and Michel Bras. Born near Milan in 1986, Cantafio has been working with the Bras for almost 10 years

by Simone Cantafio

Read | 20-02-2018 | 07:00 | Chefs' life stories

Here’s how Marchesi and Bras refused the Michelin stars

Italian Simone Cantafio experienced both episodes, almost 10 years apart. The day Gualtiero said no

A clipping from weekly magazine Panorama, published after the famous episode in 2008 when Gualtiero Marchesi, then at Albereta in Erbusco (Brescia), refused his 3 Michelin stars. Second from the right, Simone Cantafio, from Milan, now chef and director in Toya, at the restaurant Michel and Sebastien Bras opened in Japan - another family that recently refused 3 Michelin stars

A clipping from weekly magazine Panorama, published after the famous episode in 2008 when Gualtiero Marchesi, then at Albereta in Erbusco (Brescia), refused his 3 Michelin stars. Second from the right, Simone Cantafio, from Milan, now chef and director in Toya, at the restaurant Michel and Sebastien Bras opened in Japan - another family that recently refused 3 Michelin stars

by Simone Cantafio

Read | 19-02-2018 | 07:00 | Chefs' life stories

The days of Luca Sacchi

The rise of Carlo Cracco’s right arm. Expectations are high for the grand opening at the Galleria and for his lesson at Dossier Dessert

Luca Sacchi, born in Abbiategrasso, Milan, in 1986. He arrived at Ristorante Cracco in May 2007, and became head pastry chef. In 2014 he became his sous chef. On Wednesday 21st February the long awaited first service at Cracco in Galleria. On Saturday 3rd March (at 3 pm) he’ll speak at Dossier Dessert at Identità Milano

Luca Sacchi, born in Abbiategrasso, Milan, in 1986. He arrived at Ristorante Cracco in May 2007, and became head pastry chef. In 2014 he became his sous chef. On Wednesday 21st February the long awaited first service at Cracco in Galleria. On Saturday 3rd March (at 3 pm) he’ll speak at Dossier Dessert at Identità Milano

by Gabriele Zanatta

Read | 18-02-2018 | 07:00 | Identità Milano

Fabrizio Fiorani, between oneiric and real

In a book, the thoughts and recipes of the talented Roman chef who works with Luca Fantin in Tokyo

Fabrizio Fiorani, born in Rome in 1986, is the pastry-chef at restaurant Luca Fantin in the Bulgari Ginza Tower in Tokyo, Japan. He’s the author of a book titled Tra l'onirico e il reale [Between oneiric and real], Chiriotti Editore, 60 recipes, 74 euros if you buy it online

Fabrizio Fiorani, born in Rome in 1986, is the pastry-chef at restaurant Luca Fantin in the Bulgari Ginza Tower in Tokyo, Japan. He’s the author of a book titled "Tra l'onirico e il reale" [Between oneiric and real], Chiriotti Editore, 60 recipes, 74 euros if you buy it online

by Gabriele Zanatta

Read | 17-02-2018 | 12:00 | In libreria

Massimo Bottura, Gucci and Italy returning to its grandeur

The chef from Modena and his new osteria in Florence. A tavern as a channel for beauty, as well as of goodness

In the photo by Tanio Liotta, the brigade at Gucci Osteria in Florence. In foreground, chef Karime Lopez; behind her, left to right Tamara Rigo, Vanessa Chiu, Lorenzo Vendali, Hellen Wagner, Marko Sterlicchi and Nicola Montalti. Sous Mattia Agazzi is the only one missing

In the photo by Tanio Liotta, the brigade at Gucci Osteria in Florence. In foreground, chef Karime Lopez; behind her, left to right Tamara Rigo, Vanessa Chiu, Lorenzo Vendali, Hellen Wagner, Marko Sterlicchi and Nicola Montalti. Sous Mattia Agazzi is the only one missing

by Carlo Passera

Read | 14-02-2018 | 12:00 | Carlo Mangio

Slovenia is asking for its culinary spot

Following the success of its wines and of Ana Ros, the government in Ljubljana is at work so that the country can become a nice culinary destination

Ana Ros on the stage of the event that launched the conferences within the Gourmet Cup in Ljubljana. Photo DDselection

Ana Ros on the stage of the event that launched the conferences within the Gourmet Cup in Ljubljana. Photo DDselection

by Paolo Marchi

Read | 12-02-2018 | 12:00 | Dal Mondo

15 lessons Massimo Bottura gave to the students

The chef spoke at the school in Cornaredo, where Davide Oldani is mentor. Here are the tips he gave

Massimo Bottura and Davide Oldani at Olmo in Cornaredo. The chef from Modena shows the gift the school gave him, a work dedicated to him by artist Maurizio Galimberti

Massimo Bottura and Davide Oldani at Olmo in Cornaredo. The chef from Modena shows the gift the school gave him, a work dedicated to him by artist Maurizio Galimberti

by Carlo Passera

Read | 10-02-2018 | 16:00 | Dall'Italia

Luigi Taglienti: granny’s wisdom will be my new avant-garde

«Retracing the flavours of the past, making them completely current»: the chef at Lume presents his challenge-menu

Luigi Taglienti portrayed by Tanio Liotta in his kitchen at Lume, in Milan

Luigi Taglienti portrayed by Tanio Liotta in his kitchen at Lume, in Milan

by Carlo Passera

Read | 10-02-2018 | 07:00 | Carlo Mangio

Great names at Identità di Pasta, edition number 9

Alleno, Bottura, Cracco... The speakers and a preview of the event dedicated to durum wheat and creativity

Left to right, Yannick Alleno, Massimo Bottura, Romain Meder and Alain Ducasse in a selfie taken a few weeks ago. The former two will speak at the 9th edition of Identità di Pasta, on Sunday 4th March, in Sala Blu 1, from 10.45 am to 5.30 pm

Left to right, Yannick AllenoMassimo BotturaRomain Meder and Alain Ducasse in a selfie taken a few weeks ago. The former two will speak at the 9th edition of Identità di Pasta, on Sunday 4th March, in Sala Blu 1, from 10.45 am to 5.30 pm

by Identità Golose

Read | 09-02-2018 | 07:00 | Identità Milano

50 Best Restaurants, the 2017 edition in Melbourne

After a hugely successful 2016 edition in New York City, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants announces that its 2017 awards will take place in Melbourne in April. The flagship event, celeb ...
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Many confirmations for the Swiss Michelin guide

The new Swiss Michelin Guide has been presented: no news at the top, there are still 3 tri-starred restaurants: Schauenstein in Fürstenau, Peter Knogl's Cheval Blanc  ...
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Michelin Uk awards Clare Smyth and Fat Duck

The brand new Michelin Guide dedicated to Great Britain and Ireland gave Clare Smyth (our interview with her here) the Best Female Chef Award and the team at Peel's&n ...
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Paolo Griffa in Courmayeur, showing maturity

The young chef moved to Grand Hotel Royal e Golf two months ago. He already shows he’s at ease, confirming his talent

Since the end of November, Paolo Griffa is chef at Grand Hotel Royal e Golf in Courmayeur

Since the end of November, Paolo Griffa is chef at Grand Hotel Royal e Golf in Courmayeur

Read | 08-02-2018 | 07:00 | Carlo Passera | Carlo Mangio

Charming Fäviken

Magnus Nilsson’s latest menu in Järpen, Sweden. The most northern two Michelin stars in Europe

Petit fours and homemade spirits. The final act of a dinner at Fäviken in Järpen, 2 Michelin stars in the north of Sweden

Petit fours and homemade spirits. The final act of a dinner at Fäviken in Järpen, 2 Michelin stars in the north of Sweden

Read | 05-02-2018 | 12:00 | Chiara Nicolini | Dal Mondo

Bound to Fäviken

From Stockholm to the great Swedish north. Excellent bistros, roads covered in snow and one destination...

Östersund, in northern Sweden, an hour’s drive from Järpen, where you can find Fäviken, the destination of Chiara Nicolini’s journey, who wrote this this feature

Östersund, in northern Sweden, an hour’s drive from Järpen, where you can find Fäviken, the destination of Chiara Nicolini’s journey, who wrote this this feature

Read | 02-02-2018 | 07:00 | Chiara Nicolini | Dal Mondo

Racines, Tondo’s “bistrosteria”

The 30-year-old chef from Sardinia took over the famous restaurant in Paris, making fine dining democratic. A mix of Italy and France

Racines, the latest Parisian adventure of Simone Tondo, at number 8 in Passage des Panoramas, tel. +33.(0)1.40130641

Racines, the latest Parisian adventure of Simone Tondo, at number 8 in Passage des Panoramas, tel. +33.(0)1.40130641

Read | 02-02-2018 | 07:00 | Barbara Slavich | Dal Mondo

Local restaurant, global quality

At last in Venice we have some young and talented Venetians like the Fullin brothers. Excellent seafood cuisine with a cosmopolitan touch

Read | 01-02-2018 | 17:00 | Paolo Marchi | Cibi Divini

Massimo Bottura, the new dishes

We’ve tasted the most recent creations by the chef from Modena. He says: «This is my best menu ever»

Read | 01-02-2018 | Carlo Passera | Carlo Mangio

Gaggan’s clockwork menu

A report on the 25 dishes served at the number one restaurant in Asia. A Progressive Indian Cuisine journey destined to end

Using a torch, Gaggan Anand burns banana leaves. We’re halfway down the 25-course tasting menu that every night he serves at his restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, number 7 in the World's 50 Best Restaurant. The establishment will close in 2020 and reopen in 2021 in Fukuoka, Japan. Gaggan will speak at Identità Milano, on Sunday 4th March, at 11.30 am in the Auditorium

Using a torch, Gaggan Anand burns banana leaves. We’re halfway down the 25-course tasting menu that every night he serves at his restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, number 7 in the World's 50 Best Restaurant. The establishment will close in 2020 and reopen in 2021 in Fukuoka, Japan. Gaggan will speak at Identità Milano, on Sunday 4th March, at 11.30 am in the Auditorium

Read | 29-01-2018 | 07:00 | Gabriele Zanatta | Zanattamente buono

The Gaggan galaxy

In Bangkok, an outline of the constantly expanding universe of the Indian chef. Out of the ordinary projects, ideas and energies

Gaggan Anand, 39, born in Calcutta, India. He opened restaurant Gaggan in Bangkok, Thailand, and got to number 7 in the World's 50Best and number 1 in the 50Best Asia for 3 years in a row. A few weeks ago he also got two Michelin stars. He’ll close the restaurant in 2020 and move to Fukuoka, in Japan

Gaggan Anand, 39, born in Calcutta, India. He opened restaurant Gaggan in Bangkok, Thailand, and got to number 7 in the World's 50Best and number 1 in the 50Best Asia for 3 years in a row. A few weeks ago he also got two Michelin stars. He’ll close the restaurant in 2020 and move to Fukuoka, in Japan

Read | 25-01-2018 | 07:00 | Gabriele Zanatta | Zanattamente buono

Warsaw in the days of Camastra

There’s ferment in the Polish capital. The Apulian chef at Senses, one of the country’s two Michelin stars, is one of the most praised ones

Chef Andrea Camastra, born in 1980 in Monopoli, Apulia, one Michelin star at restaurant Senses in Warsaw

Chef Andrea Camastra, born in 1980 in Monopoli, Apulia, one Michelin star at restaurant Senses in Warsaw

Read | 24-01-2018 | 07:00 | Beniamin Chalupinski | Dal Mondo

David Tamburini: the joys and pains of Italian cuisine in Thailand

The Tuscan chef is at the helm of an ambitious gourmet restaurant in Bangkok. A promising place, despite the obstacles

David Tamburini, born in Tuscany in 1973. After his recent Sicilian experience at Casa Grugno (Taormina) and La Gazza Ladra (Modica), one and a half year ago he took over gourmet restaurant La Scala at the Sukhotai, a 5 star luxury hotel in Bangkok, Thailand

David Tamburini, born in Tuscany in 1973. After his recent Sicilian experience at Casa Grugno (Taormina) and La Gazza Ladra (Modica), one and a half year ago he took over gourmet restaurant La Scala at the Sukhotai, a 5 star luxury hotel in Bangkok, Thailand

Read | 23-01-2018 | 14:00 | Gabriele Zanatta | Dal Mondo
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