There is no chef who represents the truth of Roman cuisine quite like Arcangelo Dandini.
While Carbonara, Amatriciana and Gricia might be his calling cards Arcangelo was also made famous for
singlehandedly relaunching one of the most delicious Roman street foods, the suppli; a recipe that he
has given a twist with the classic carbonara style. He’s recently added his first Milano street food
vendor, to a portfolio that already boasts five corners in Rome as well as his flagship restaurant, and it’s
his tireless efforts that have cemented Arcangelo as a leader in the world of Romano Jewish cuisine.
At Carbonara Day he will cook his own personal take on the classic Carbonara.
Although Alvaro was born in Spain, he’s as passionate about Italy and its food as any Roman.
Boasting a resume that includes time spent at a number of Michelin star restaurants from The Star Paco
Tapas, to the Star Casa Mia, he is currently the sous chef at the The Standard Hotel in St.
From Spain to Italy, Alvaro believes all Latin food is worth championing and we couldn’t be happier that
he will be joining the team.
At Carbonara day he will cook his special Carbonara with truffles.
Andrea Jeriri: The chef with the Coppola. If his traditional Sicilian headwear wasn’t enough to convince you of this chef’s authenticity, his recipes will do the rest.
He is the current senior sous chef at the Rowhill Grange Hotel, and in the past has spent time the in the kitchens of the Oblix and Harrods restaurant.
His cuisine is dominated by Mediterranean recipes, but his North African Origins and love for Asian food play an integral part in his cooking.
Stay tuned for the recipe he’ll be bringing to Carbonara day.
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