Anatoly Komm: the Taste of Ideas

Anatoly Komm: the Taste of Ideas

18 May, 2011
Anatoly Komm: the Taste of Ideas

Fine Dining Lovers met the Moscow-born and highly eclectic chef Anatoly Komm, whose path to the profession has been unusual but - thanks to his innate curiosity, talent and creativity - has brought him worldwide renown.

He manages to represent both the avant-garde of haute cuisine, while remaining loyal and connected to the culinary traditions of Russia. Il 2011, for the first time, his Moscow restaurant Varvary earned a position on the S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants, affirming the Russian city as an important part of the world’s gourmet scene.

In an intimate interview with FDL, Komm reveals his cooking philosophy and passions. Enjoy the video! 

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