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Niko Romito’s circular kitchen

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Wednesday 20, 16:00h - 16:45h Auditori
20-11-2019 16:00 20-11-2019 16:45 Europe/Madrid Niko Romito’s circular kitchen Niko Romito says that if he hadn’t been a chef he would have been an architect- We will never know what buildings he may have designed, but luckily for the gastronomic community, he ended up in the kitchen. Self-taught Chef (he learned in the family trattoria), in the span of 8 years was awarded 3 Michelin stars. His dishes are apparently simple and aim to enhance the ingredients who are the sole protagonists on the plate. His restaurant Reale is nestled in a former monastery from the 500' called Casadonna, in Castel di Sangro (in Abruzos). Cristiana, his sister is Maitre D' of the restaurant and has been awarded best dining room director 2019 by Les Grandes Tables du Monde.
The room has simultaneous translation from English, Italian, French and German into Spanish and Catalan.
Free access with the entry to the trade fair
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Niko Romito says that if he hadn’t been a chef he would have been an architect- We will never know what buildings he may have designed, but luckily for the gastronomic community, he ended up in the kitchen. Self-taught Chef (he learned in the family trattoria), in the span of 8 years was awarded 3 Michelin stars.
His dishes are apparently simple and aim to enhance the ingredients who are the sole protagonists on the plate. His restaurant Reale is nestled in a former monastery from the 500' called Casadonna, in Castel di Sangro (in Abruzos). Cristiana, his sister is Maitre D' of the restaurant and has been awarded best dining room director 2019 by Les Grandes Tables du Monde.


The room has simultaneous translation from English, Italian, French and German into Spanish and Catalan.

Free access with the entry to the trade fair

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