Anton Mosimann(1947-), Chef, writer and food entrepreneur
Sitter in 2 portraits
Anton Mosimann is the son of farmers who also ran a small restaurant in Nidau, near Berne, Switzerland. He learned the basics of cooking from his parents. Mosimann developed his skills in leading restaurants in Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Sweden, Canada and Japan before being appointed Executive Chef at the Dorchester in London. During his twelve years there, he raised the standard of cuisine to new heights and also became a well-known international television personality, before buying the old Belfry in London's Belgravia and transforming it into Mosimann's, the famous private dining club.
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