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Welcome to the world of Celebrity Chefs! There is no limit to creativity, imagination, and  the desire to experiment and astonish here at the Forte Village.
During our Celebrity Chef Evenings the stars of haute cuisine demonstrate their skills beneath the stunning  star studded night sky of the Forte Bay Terrace. Every summer, exclusively for you, we present the greatest  Michelin-starred chefs and the most famous exponents of international cuisine, from France, UK, Spain, Germany and the most beautiful regions of Italy. Every refined menu features a constellation of signature dishes paired with wines from the most prestigious cellars.

Life is for living and top of the range of the exclusive themed evenings at the Forte Village are the unforgettable ‘One of a Kind Nights.’ Each evening has a unique theme involving a special location, extraordinary cuisine, excellent wines and music which floats into the night. Places are limited, pre-booking is essential.

 

Giuseppe Mancino

Ristorante Il Piccolo Principe
Michelin

Giuseppe Mancino, top Chef of the restaurant “Il Piccolo Principe“ has a long academic career that led him in 2005 to arrive in the restaurant of "Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte". Before long it obtained several international awards including, among the most important, listing in the "Gambero Rosso" and "Espresso" guides followed by the recognition of a Michelin star in 2008. His cuisine is a mix of creativity and classicism: reinventing typical dishes without altering the traditional flavors.

Andrea Berton

Ristorante Berton di Milano
Michelin

His ‘Berton Restaurant’ in Milan is modern cuisine often with little known ingredients. Trained by Marchesi, Mossiman and Ducasse, Andrea has won many awards and earned his first Michelin Star in 2008 with Restaurant Piazza Della Scala in Milan.

Lionello Cera

Antica Osteria Cera, Lughetto di Lupia, VE
Michelin

With his culinary history dating back to the 60s, when his parents opened a tavern serving ‘cicchetti’, Cera’s style of cooking explores new flavours and ingredients while staying true to his traditional roots. The aim is to take diners on a journey: an emotional as well as gastronomic experience.

Andrea Canton

Ristorante La Primula di San Quirino, Pordenone
Michelin

Andrea Canton comes from a line of six generations of restaurateurs from Pordenone and the family have owned La Primula since 1875. Sensitivity and knowledge are the characteristics that Andrea perpetuates in the kitchen and, while always maintaining a respect for tradition, his greatest satisfaction comes from breaking the rules and creating new and exciting dishes.

Peter Brunel

Ristorante Caffè dell’oro, Firenze
Michelin

Under the great chef Giorgio Nardelli, Peter Brunel made a name for himself at the Villa Negri restaurant in Riva del Garda. Then, at just 28, he earned a Michelin star. Today he is Executive Chef at the Caffè dell’Oro, part of the Lungarno Hotel Collection, in Florence.

Massimiliano Mascia

MASSIMILIANO MASCIA

Ristorante San Domenico, Imola
Michelin

Massimiliano Mascia leads a new generation of talented chefs at San Domenico, the legendary restaurant in Imola near Bologna, with two Michelin stars. After gaining his diploma, Mascia worked overseas in restaurants including the Vissani near Terni, the Romano in Viareggio, Fiamma Osteria in New York and Alain Ducasse’s celebrated restaurant at the Plaza Athénée hotel in Paris.

Fabio Pisani & Alessandro Negrini

Ristorante Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia, Milano
Michelin

Fabio Pisani and Alessandro Negrini are the two young chefs who have taken over the kitchens of the renowned restaurant Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia. Alongside Stefania the daughter of Aimo e Nadia, they are the heirs of the unique style which combines the rich culinary history of Italy in contemporary dishes.

One of a Kind

Exclusive Sardinian Evening

The Dam Keeper’s House

The evening begins at 07:30pm when guests are invited to visit at our herb garden with the chef to select fresh ingredients for an authentic Sardinian dinner. The dining tables are laden with tasty local starters including platters of crudité, prosciutto, salami, and cheeses. Meanwhile succulent pork and lamb is turned slowly, slowly, on the spit over an open fire. The meal is completed with dairy desserts and nougat specialties of the “Torronaio.” The rustic cuisine is accompanied by local wine, traditional music and Sardinian dancers in embroidered costumes. Casual dress.

Full moon dinner

Bar Blue Moon

Elegant, stylish, and romantic. As thee full moon rises high over the glistening stage of the Mediterranean, an exquisite menu is served of light Mediterranean delicacies, seafood and crudités, accompanied by chilled Champaign and the gentle notes of a piano. An unforgettable evening at the blue moon bar. Dress: casual elegant.

Stars and caviar

Forte Bay terrace

Chef Emanuele Scarello 2 Michelin stars, will present his most famous dishes paired with Caviar Calvisius, for an unforgettable evening on the Veranda of Fort Bay