Ciao Chef, what car do you drive?

Cristiano Tomei

Our ‘four-wheeled culinary investigation’ begins with the popular television judge of “Cuochi d’Italia” Cristiano Tomei. His Michelin starred restaurant L’Imbuto, is located in the splendid Palazzo Pfanner in Lucca, whose gardens have from scenery to great films such as Il Marchese del Grillo and Portrait of a Lady.
What car do you drive?
“In the past I was a fan of the classic Land Rover, then I switched to more comfortable, more ‘mature’ cars and lately I drive a Citroen minivan.”

Agostino Iacobucci

What a journey! From tortellino to babà… In his Michelin starred Restaurant Agostino Iacobucci , Agostino takes us on a journey between tradition and innovation, from true Neapolitan cuisine to the great gastronomic heritage of Emilia.
What car do you drive?
“A Mercedes, I chose it because I find that the Germans have an edge in terms of cars and I’m also a Mercedes Ambassador

Luigi Biasetto

Luigi Biasetto

In Padua we meet the pastry chef Luigi Biasetto. In 1997 his “Torta Sette Veli” earned him the award as “best pastry chef in the world”. Biasetto pastry shops are in Padua and Udine, his desserts are famous all over the world.
What car do you drive?
“A Volvo, efficient and safe. I’ve traveled an avalanche of kilometers, driving relaxes me, but I’m constantly on the phone, being in the car with me … pretty boring”

Riccardo Succi

Riccardo Succi

Asina Luna is the white donkey that Italian artist Fabrizio de Andrè sings in ‘Monti di Mola’ and it is also the name that Riccardo Succi has chosen for his restaurant in Peschiera Borromeo (MI) which he runs together with his wife Tiziana Dinoia. A place where, among some vintage touches such as 50s radios or grandmother’s dresser transformed into a wine bar, meat, selected and imported, reigns supreme, among the best in the world
What car do you drive?
“I like to go around Northern Italy, discovering the local gastronomy, so I adopted a Land Rover: it allows me to take the family around and, like a good truck, it helps me with the transport of groceries.

Dario Loison

Dario Loison

Costabissara, in the province of Vicenza is the home of the “sweet paradise” born as a small bakery oven, in 80 years, the laboratory has been transformed into an established artisan company whose products are in demand all over the world. For three generations Loison has been able to continually question itself to keep up with the times and tastes.
What car do you drive?
“An Audi / 4-wheel drive gives me security. Perfect for my weekends in South Tyrol where I can enjoy the panorama of the Dolomites.”

Roberto Toro

Roberto Toro

The starry nights and a star (the Michelin one) shine on the wonderful terrace of the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo which houses the Otto Geleng restaurant with its precious tables, silvers, crystals, hand-embroidered tablecloths, Here an incomparable view of the coast and the spectacular cuisine by Chef Roberto Toro
What car do you drive?
“An Audi. But I’m not a big fan of cars, I just need it for getting around.”

Tano Simonato

“Milan at the table”means Tano Simonato, Michelin star and his famous restaurant Tano , passami l’olio – Tano pass me the oil- where the attention is particularly focused on the condiment per excellence: extra virgin olive oil, both in cooking and cold. Tano’s slogan is There are two ways to eat: one to feed, the other to have fun. The nice thing is that the second does not eliminate the first
What car do you drive?
After 35 years of Volvo, I switched to Lexus because I wanted a hybrid car, a super-comfortable seat, as I travel and a generous trunk capable of accommodating at least three pre-prepared line boxes

INFO
Asina Luna
L’Imbuto
Loison
Tano Passami l ‘olio
Otto Geleng
Luigi Biasetto
Agostino Iacobucci

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