Prague’s special homage to Italy by a two-star Michelin chef Moreno Cedroni
A second week (November 20-26) of the Italian cuisine in the world was celebrated at a reception in one of the Prague’s extraordinary venues – Villa Pellé. An initiative put forward by the Italian Ambassador in Prague, H.E. Aldo Amati, to gather on the 23rd November and explore the Italian flavors with some top-level chefs, such as Matteo de’ Carli, Leonardo Di Clemente, Riccardo Lucque and a very special guest: two-star Michelin chef Moreno Cedroni.
“On Czech scene it is undoubtedly the Italian cuisine the one that prevails among others – declares the Ambassador Amati – as our cuisine reflects a widely cherished lifestyle, that has been spread around also because of the qualities and charm of our chefs. As of now, the task is to expand our quality cuisine from Prague and Brno also to other areas.”
The Italian cuisine week, originating in the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and encompassing over 1000 events around the world, aims at promoting the Italian cuisine with the emphasis on the value of genuine ingredients, food security and fineness of flavors.
The evening has been organized by the Italian Embassy in Prague, The Italian Cultural Institute in Prague and by ENIT, in collaboration with De’Longhi, under the auspices of the Italian Flavor Ambassadors’ Association.