Kurt is a seasoned veteran of the hospitality industry. He first started his career as the European Director for Michelin-starred Nobu restaurants, later opening his own Dim Sum concept called Ping Pong. Kurt is now focused on his Peruvian-Japanese inspired restaurant brand, Chotto Matte, which opened its first location in London, and just one year ago in the Magic City.
An evening at Chotto Matte will give you an experience you will want to repeat, the mix of a contemporary urban environment, spectacle and great cuisine. The Nikkei cuisine is at the heart of the Chotto Matte experience. It embraces the very best of Nikkei (Japanese – Peruvian) cuisine, with bold eye-catching natural colours and mouth-watering taste sensations.
3 Key Points:
1. Show up
Some advice for those who want to start in the restaurant industry and how important it is to always do you best.
2. Where to find inspiration?
All of the Chotto Matte locations are unique with local elements from design, to cuisine and drinks on the menu.
3. Why Miami
Why he decided to open his first U.S. restaurant in Miami and why he loves Miami.
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