Italy is known for a lot of reasons, and one being there delicious food. The lovely tasting food would only have been made by such a skilled Italian Chef. Here at ItalyFacts.co.uk we provide you information on all of the most Famous Italian Chefs, read more about them bellow!
This famous Italian chef started his cooking career in Mantova, which gained him the qualifications and skills he needed. Andrea loved travelling and spent most of his time in London, Switzerland and Saint Tropez. From there he gained a number of awards including the Michelin star as the chef of Villa La Vedetta in Florence. It wasn’t until 2007 when he moved to Prague and gained his second Michelin star, and continued to win further stars in 2009 and 2010 during his cooking career. Andrea Accordi has given up his chef career and is now working in Saint Petersburg as a chief in a hotel named Four Season’s which is based in Russia.
Born in May 1974 at Veneto, Massimiliano was brought up in an entire family of cooks and restaurateurs. He gained his first diploma in hospitality, which led to him putting use to his experience in 1990 working in a restaurant named Ja Navalge and had jobs in several others up until 1993. Returning to Italy soon after with his brother named Raffaele Alajmo, he decided to dedicate himself to the family restaurant Le Calandre which can be found in Padova. Massimiliano has become the youngest chef in European history to have the skills and knowledge he has, and in November 2002 his family restaurant acquired there third star making him one of the best chefs ever in Europe.
Ettore born in Piacenza, Italy 1897 was one of the most famous Italian chefs ever created. From the age of 16 he followed his brother named Lorenzo to the kitchen of Plaza Hotel in New York City, and mastered his way into becoming the head chef! He started doing private jobs and created a catering service for several weddings to earn more money and expose his name more. The famous entrepreneurial skill became perfect and from that he opened up his first restaurant called II Giardino d’Italia which can be translated to The Garden Of Italy. Boiardi bought a factory to keep up with all of his orders during 1928, aiming to sell his products and food internationally. Making such a successful career, Ettore appeared in a lot of papers and television commercials/adverts in from the 1940’s till the 1960’s promoting his brand. Unfortunately he died from a heart attack on June 21, 1985 at the age of 87.