RSVP kicks off its collaboration with KitchenAid to curate their London Experience Store for a series of exciting pop-ups.
Two x Two will bring together pairs of chefs from the UK and abroad to showcase their culinary expertise and heritage. The first two chefs will be Andrea Zagatti and Santiago Lastra (read their bios below). The chef duo has designed a menu that will showcase their individual styles but will also encompass classic flavors from their respective home countries Italy and Mexico.
The series will kick off on the 4th October and a Chef’s Table dinner on the 5th October. To book your seat go here.
This is the first in a series of ‘TWO x TWO’ events coming to London. Future guests include Fay Maschler, the famous restaurant critic from London’s Evening Standard.
Who is Andrea Zagatti?
Andrea Zagatti started his career attending Le Grand Diplome course at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu London. Upon completing his course he started working for some of the best restaurants including City Social and Osteria Francescana, traveling around the world to learn more about food and its culture. In 2014 he built a private dining company Zagatti Gourmet Experience, which reached fast
success, catering for top clients such as Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Chelsea Football Team and Eminem. While working for his company, Andrea is always developing new projects around the World.
While working for his company, Andrea is always developing new projects around the World.
Who is Santiago Lastra Rodriguez?
Santago Rodriguez began his chef career in 2006 in Mexico before traveling across the globe to Spain, London, Denmark, and worked as a Menu Developer for 16 restaurants in Russia making Mexican food. This year he has been working as a Project Manager at Noma Mexico and has just completed a guest chef series at the Tate Modern Museum in London.
Awards to mention, in 2015 Santiago was selected as one of the Top 10 best young chefs in Scandinavia in San Pellegrino Young Chef competition, and also won 10 best of dishes of the year for Le Monde, France.