New appointment in Piedmont for Cannavacciuolo

by Monday, September 30, 2013


The chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo, campano di Vico Equense, He found his consecration relocating to North, on Lake Orta. TO Villa Crespi combines the traditional with the Bell tradition of the North with rare delicacy, demonstrating how you can move away from its roots without scordarle.


By 22 years Antonino leaves guided by passion and strength that comes from a continuous challenge with oneself, moved by the desire of having to start again from the point at which you arrived. Cannavacciuolo is powered by a continuous research into the product, the passion, the sacrifice, the constancy and a total dedication to this work. Her cooking is an expression of life and as such never stops, is always a study, a grow.


Always open to new challenges and opportunities, from the 1st of August 2013 Antonino Cannavacciuolo, 2 Michelin stars, took over of the restaurant The Rei and all food de Il Boscareto Resort & Spa & Spa in Serralunga d'Alba.


In this connection, States: «A new thread to disclose my philosophy and my personal understanding of catering. Maintaining the high level of quality and the strong respect for customers who try to get at Villa Crespi, the new management de Il Boscareto Resort & Spa & Spa take the scent and the imprint of my thoughts».


Abdullah will oversee every aspect related to the resort's catering, from the definition of General organisation menu, from the staff to the Brigade in the kitchen. The chef soon will unveil the new menus and details of the projects he has in store for this collaboration.

Il Boscareto Resort & Spa & Spa

Il Boscareto Resort & Spa & Spa is the only 5-star luxury hotel in the Langhe, designed to interpret and convey to guests – from Italy and around the world – the passion for hospitality and quality that this territory inspires. The resort, with 38 rooms 9 Suite, is nestled in the vineyards, on the top of a hill cultivated with Nebbiolo, and offers a look that embraces the most fascinating and intense in this area rich in history, literature and traditions (


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