Antonio Guida Joins Mandarin Oriental Milan as Executive Chef

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Friday, 14 November 2014

Michelin-starred chef, Antonio Guida has been appointed as Executive Chef of Mandarin Oriental, Milan which is scheduled to open in 2015.

Chef Guida joins from award winning restaurant Il Pellicano in Porto Ercole in the Monte Argentario area of Tuscany, and will be responsible for all of the culinary operations of the hotel.

Raised in Puglia in South Italy, Antonio Guida has always been fascinated by the world of culinary alchemy, which has defined his career. Following extensive travels in Europe and Asia, Chef Guida worked at various Michelin-starred restaurants such as Pierre Gagnaire in Paris, Enoteca Pinchiorri in Florence and Don Alfonso in Sant Agata sui due Golfi.

He joined the restaurant La Terrazza Hotel Eden in 2000 as Sous Chef, eventually rising to the position of Chef de Cuisine before leaving to join Il Pellicano as Executive Chef in 2002. It was there that Chef Guida gained two Michelin stars in 2004 and 2010 and entered the list of renowned Italian restaurants, conquering the three forks of the acclaimed Italian guide Gambero Rosso.

I am pleased to welcome Antonio Guida to Mandarin Oriental, Milan which I believe will provide the ideal stage for him to express his talent and passion. Given his success and experience at a number of award-winning restaurants, Chef Guidas cuisine is sure to delight the palates of both local and international guests alike, said Luca Finardi, General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Milan.

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