The Sicilian Chef

Chef Enzo Oliveri’s talents extend beyond the realms of just cooking great food. He is also a passionate promoter of the Mediterranean diet renowned for being the healthiest on the planet and has travelled as far away as India as an ambassador and where he was also a judge and mentor at the 2016 Young Chef Olympiad.

He continues to teach occasional sessions at West London University and is famous for his TV cooking programmes with Michael Roux (Kitchen Impossible on ITV in the UK), in Sicily with Aldo Zilli for ‘Aldo and Enzo in Sicily’ and BBC Good Food, Gordon Ramsay (Channel 4) and Paul Hollywood in City Baker for Food Network.

Oliveri has spent the last 20 years in London, successfully weathering the 2008 recession and making a name for himself by opening a series of restaurants as well as a cookery school in Bromley of which he remains patron chef.

His newest restaurant in Piccadilly is called “Tasting Sicily Enzo’s Kitchen”, and specialises in typical Sicilian cuisine with an emphasis on recipes as described by author Andrea Camilleri in his novels and TV adaptations of the popular Inspector Montalbano series.
He remains a restaurant owner and CEO of restaurant chain and can be relied upon to give excellent business advice for start ups and revamps, now well known in the circle of big restaurant names around the world.

Oliveri will be demonstrating some of the dishes that he has served to likes of, prime ministers, world leaders and VIPs including Princess Diana, Madonna, Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Al Pacino, Kim Basinger and many more.

Enzo Oliveri