The chef, famous for his work on texture and flavor combinations in food, will work at the two Michelin starred restaurant as a consultant with the young Luigi Taglienti acting as executive chef.
The Scala was previously managed by the Italian chef Andrea Berton and it has not yet been confirmed if the change in chef will signify a change in the style of food served at the restaurant. There is reports online that suggest the new food will follow the tradition of haute cuisine but with more attention on value for money.
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