div>From 2019-11-27 18:30 to 2019-11-27 20:00Venue: ICCJ - Event space
It’s not lunch and it’s not breakfast. It’s brunch!
ICCJ is proud to present you an exclusive cooking show with Vito Mollica, the Michelin-starred executive chef of the Four Seasons Hotel in Florence and Milan. Brunch is synonymous of relaxation, the Sunday tranquility with family, and Mollica has been able to create the best brunch in Italy, recognized for his freshness and variety.
We will offer you a fantastic opportunity to meet the Chef that will be the star of ICCJ Gala Dinner & Concert. Vito Mollica is a staunch advocate of Italian food. Inspired as a young boy by the local specialities prepared by his mother, he has spent his career seeking to preserve the culinary ecology of his home nation by supporting small producers, old-style markets and local varieties. The Chef is originally from Avigliano, in the province of Potenza.
Register now to attend the seminar and to enjoy his tastings.
Date: November 27, 2019 Time: 18:30 – 20:00 Where: ICCJ Event Space Address: Mita 4-1-27, Minato-ku, 108-0073 Tokyo, FBR Mita Bldg. 9F Admission: ICCJ Members 4,000 JPY (+ VAT 10%)
Non Members 6,000 JPY (+ VAT 10%) Registration/Cancellation deadline: November 25 2019, 12:00 Language: Italian (with Japanese translation)
Vito Mollica, Executive Chef and Director of F&B of Four Seasons Hotel Firenze’s Michelin starred restaurant Il Palagio.
Mollica joined the Four Seasons Hotels first in Milan in1996 before moving to Prague in 2000 and later Florence in 2007.
He is one of the most acclaimed Chefs in Italy and abroad and has been awarded many prizes among which: Arco Prize (2010), Chef of the Year by Il Sole 24 Ore (2012), Porcellino Award (2012) as well as receiving international recognition: Il Palagio Restaurant was ranked #4 on The Daily Meal’s 101 Best Restaurants in the World, and the Signature Cuisine by the Touring Club Italiano in 2015.
Mollica is being featured in many publications and is the protagonist of the book “Vito Mollica – invito a cena al Palagio di Firenze” and author of the book “Il Brunch Italiano”.