Introducing the newest menu Party, Chef Salvatore Cuomo invites you to join him at the The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo Ginza to celebrate the arrival of summer! Reservations required, seats almost sold out! Book quickly! Looking forward to seeing you all there with many many surprise!!
Door Open: July 3 at 19:30 PM ·
The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo GINZA
Reservation: 03-3538-0565 for more info: http://www.salvatore.jp/information/2019/20190703/
<The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo GINZA>
”サルヴァトーレ･クオモの家(キッチン)にゲストを招待する”というコンセプトであるThe Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo。
<会場> The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo 銀座
<時間> 19:00 Door Open,19:30 Start
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Salvatore Cuomo was born in Naples, Italy, in 1972, son of an Italian father and Japanese mother.
Cuomo was first inspired by his father who also was an Italian Chef in Naples. He began at the young age of 11, where he trained himself in the kitchen and traveled frequently between Italy and Japan. He gradually learned how to blend the traditional Italian art of cooking with the Japanese art of perfection.
A few years later he traveled to Japan with his father who opened an Italian restaurant in Chiba in 1984. About those early years Salvatore told the press that it wasn't a good starting experience: "I didn’t like Japan at all, so after one year, I went back to Italy and spent 2–3 years studying at a culinary school. When I was 18, I returned to Japan after my father became terminally ill and I have been here ever since." Cuomo said that Italian Cuisine was just starting to get popular in those days. He and his two brothers decided that in order to succeed in the restaurant business in Japan they would have to understand the Japanese food mentality. They spent a couple of years researching the market before opening a new restaurant in Tokyo with what Cuomo calls "Original Neapolitan pizza."
Since that time, Cuomo has been credited with catapulting Neapolitan pizza to fame in Japan, and today in all Asia with over 100 restaurant.
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