The Sardinian chef awarded with Michelin star for the third consecutive year.
S’Apposentu restaurant, of which the owner is the Sardinian chef Roberto Petza, has confirmed to be a Michelin star for the third consecutive year, meeting once again the positive judgment of the most well-known wine and food experts. The news has arrived today from Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan, during the presentation of the 60th edition of the Michelin Guide. This is a further confirmation for the chef that has made a winning choice in deciding to locate his restaurant in the small village of Siddi, where just 700 people live: in fact a few weeks ago the Espresso Guide 2015 has confirmed him to be the best one in Sardinia.
These very important achievements have led the chef from San Gavino to get the ‘Gambero Rosso Three Forks’ in just four years: it is to be noted that only 23 other restaurants have been honored with this recognition. Roberto Petza has also been called to participate in Expo 2015, as axperts and enthusiasts think that he has a very great attention to particulars, creativity and devotion to continue the philosophy which distinguishes his cooking, that is genuineness of zero-kilometers raw materials growing between the vegetable garden and the farmyard in order to become high quality flavors and dishes.
‘It is always difficult to keep the pace with these high levels– he says – as almost twenty restaurants have lost the star. In fact it is a very great satisfaction for me to have received the Michelin Star for the third consecutive year, as it is a further positive charge to go on in the right direction and to get better and better. This is surely a recognition for the heavy work we are doing with young people at our high education Chef Academy. Almost 90% of young people finishing our courses finds a job straight away and they keep on working and collaborating with S’Apposantu. It is not a case that the ‘brigade’ of boys and girls working with me in the restaurant are real promises of high cousine’