Executive Chef Cédric D' Ambrosio at The Oberoi in Marrakech.
Absolutely fabulous catch up with the charismatic, talented, humble and joyful chef Cédric D’Ambrosio at the breathtaking hotel The Oberoi in Marrakech.
Delicious cappuccinos, thé à la menthe, some very tasteful and fresh food (yes, with the real flavors and textures that all ingredients should have) and great service with a big smile 😊.
I was just blown away by the whole natural ambiance and calmness.
Passion and knowledge are much in evidence in Chef d'Ambrosio’s culinary approach. From his early days in French cookery school, this gourmet enthusiast developed a strong interest in haute pastry-making, joining the workshops of Pierre Hermé and Grégoire Ferrandi.On becoming a fully-qualified chef, Chef d’Ambrosio developed his art further by opening himself up to gastronomy beyond France, collaborating in culinary ventures with restaurants and hotels and at events in locations around the world, ranging from the Maldives to Dubai and, of course, Morocco, his current home. By working alongside two-Michelin-star chefs Jöel Robuchon and Nicolas Le Bec and other renowned chefs, such as Alain Ducasse and Christophe Cussac, during his career, Cédric Ambrosio has developed an exciting culinary style filled with surprises and unforgettable flavours.
A creative perfectionist, Chef d'Ambrosio has brought variety, originality and unmistakable refinement to the gastronomic offering at L' Oberoi.
The Oberoi in Marrakech is located within 1,13,312 square metres of Mediterranean orchards with fragrant citrus trees and centuries old olive groves.
The courtyard of the main building incorporates the design of the historic Medersa Ben Youssef, built in the 14th century; one of Marrakech’s most famous historic monuments. The resort offers picturesque views of the majestic snow-capped Atlas Mountains.