World famous Michelin-starred Chef Tano Simonato will be at The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing during 12th to 14th July, to introduce the renowned combination of authentic Italian cuisine at Barolo with Chef Amedeo Ferri.
Chef Tano Simonato comes from Italy, he the owner of the acclaimed restaurant “Tano passami l’olio” in Milan. The essence of Chef Tano’s cuisine is in the name of his restaurant: “Tano” is a diminutive of Gaetano’s given name and “passami l’olio” means “pass me the olive oil”. Since 1995, quality Italian extra virgin olive oil is in the foundation of his tasteful light signature dishes. His cuisine is loved by both customers and critics, the Michelin guide keeps awarding him with a well-earned star. Chef Tano is a master of healthy Italian high cuisine; he barely uses butter and he has more than 40 different extra virgin olive oils to condiment his dishes. As Chef Tano says: “The dream and passion are always leading me and my cooking secret is using the olive oils to keep the flavor of the food, so that the dishes are nutrition and not greasy.
Chef Tano offers a five-course set menu showcasing Red Chard Marinated Dried Codfish with Sweet Garlic Mayonnaise, Langoustines and Red Prawns cooked in Lemon Consommé and Stripped Lamb Rack with Honey on Cocoa and more. He incorporates virgin olive oils and locally sourced seasonal products into the menu to excite your taste buds. He believes for creating incredible culinary experiences, the most essential is keeping the original flavor of the ingredients.
“Gourmets travel around the world to look for the international level cuisine,” said by Patrick Weder, general manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing, “we are delighted to invite Michelin-starred chef Tano to bring authentic Italian cuisine and create unforgettable dining experience.”
Furthermore, every guest will stand a chance to win exquisite crystal glass by Baccarat.
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., 12th to 14th July, 2017
Price: RMB 888 net per person, 5 course set menu
Venue: Barolo, 2nd floor, The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing
Reservations: 86.10.5908 8151