We at ChefsEye had great pleasure speaking to the winner of our March competition Luca Rosati who is currently a private chef in Tuscany, Italy.
We all love Luca’s passion for food. His self-confidence and flamboyance is inspiring many chefs all over the world, Lucas philosophy reminds us of the great man himself Massimo Bottura.
Not only is Luca a great chef he is also a professional sommelier with a great eye for a bottle of wine.
We asked Luca some questions.
ChefsEye: Why do you enjoy being a chef?
Luca: I’d like to know my cuisine and my skill to my customers. My cuisine sometimes is simple and sometimes complex. I love to mix flavours.
ChefsEye: Give one piece of good advice?
Luca: Be curious, curiosity leads to great things.
ChefsEye: Where do you work?
Luca: I’m working like a private chef, doing cooking classes in San Gimignano, Tuscany in Italy.
ChefsEye: Who is the best chef alive in your eyes?
Luca: The best chef alive is Daniel Humm and Massimo Bottura.
ChefsEye: Who inspires you?
Luca: My Grandmas inspire me.
ChefsEye: Whats your favourite dinning experience?
Luca: Its not simple, A little restaurant on the sea close to my house. Its not famous but i find the food to always be very good.
ChefsEye: Whats the worst attribute a chef can have in a kitchen?
Luca: Maybe being stupid or you can not do anything.
ChefsEye: How long do you see yourself being a chef for?
Luca: I don’t know, till my fantasy and curiosity stops.
ChefsEye: What do you inspire to be?
Luca: Just myself and telling my cuisine through my dishes.
Make sure to follow Luca on Instagram at @luca.rosati.
Also follow my personal account @chef_jason_shaw and @chefs_eye, @ce_plus and @ce_sweettooth for much more.