Mauro Uliassi – en


He’s the head of the Uliassi restaurant in Senigallia, three Michelin stars, which he manages with his sister Catia, maitre and patronne. His “Lab 2021” is one of the most inspired tasting menus ever, as usual mixing taste and technique, the Adriatic sea and wild game.

Ana Roš – en


She is the chef of Hisa Franko restaurant in Kobarid (Slovenia), which she owns with her sommelier husband Valter Kramar. Her unmistakable cuisine has won her the title of Best Female Chef of the 50-Best list and has brought her to Chef’s Table. Hers is the only 2-star restaurant in Slovenia.

Norbert Niederkofler-en


He is the chef of St. Hubertus restaurant in San Cassiano, in Alto Adige, three Michelin stars. The mountains are the protagonists of all his dishes, and environmental protection is at the heart of the Care’s project, through which Niederkofler mixes gastronomy, ethics and the environment. 

Arturo Brachetti en


Arturo Brachetti will be  the great master of ceremonies  of the dinner event taking place at the Mole Antonelliana on 29th October. He will be conducting the night at “Circo Fellini”, leading cardinals and fanfares, generous tobacconists and poetic Gelsominas between the great chefs’ courses. 

Arturo Brachetti is the greatest quick change actor in the world, with a “gallery” of more than 350 characters, 100 of which he interpreted in a single night. He brings his vast artistic experience to the scene: quick-change,  stage magic, sand art, mime, shadow play… his repertoire is continuously evolving. In his career he has received several awards, including the Prix Molière (FR) and the Laurence Olivier Award (UK). In 2014 the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano on his own initiative honoured him with the title of Commendatore.
In his career, the “most famous forelock in Italy” has touched all aspects of the entertainment world, working on stage, in front of a camera and, lately, behind the scenes. As a director and art director, Arturo wisely mixes quick-change, comedy, stage magic, shadow play with poetry and culture. He has directed performances and concerts, comedies and musicals in Italy and abroad. He has a historic and special relationship with Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo, whom he directed in “I Corti”.

Massimo Bottura EN



He is the most famous Italian chef of all time. His Osteria Francescana in Modena has three Michelin stars, has ranked first in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list twice, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame. He has started several collaborations – e.g. with Gucci and Ferrari – and developed many social projects with his wife Lara Gilmore, including those of Food for Soul and the Refettori project.

Matteo Baronetto en


The chef of one of the oldest and most elegant restaurants on the planet, Ristorante Del Cambio  in Turin  (one Michelin star). After many years with Carlo Cracco in Milan, in 2014 Baronetto came back to his native Piedmont, where he mixes the great local tradition with contemporary sensitivities.

Ferran Adrià


He is considered the most revolutionary chef alive. From 1984 to 2012 his restaurant El Bulli in Roses, Costa Brava, wrote the history of  contemporary cuisine.

Today he manages the elBullifoundation research center where he is producing Bullipedia, an ambitious encyclopedia of taste.

Albert Adrià – en


He is one of the best pastry chefs on the planet and owner and heart of various projects, including Enigma in Barcelona, one of the most cutting-edge restaurants, and the bright new ADMO, which he will inaugurate in Paris on 10th November, 2021 with the great French chef Alain Ducasse.