Andrea Accordi

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Andrea Accordi is an Italian chef working in Prague´s Allegro restaurant. He became the first chef to receive the Michelin star in Eastern Europe.


Accordi began his career in Mantova. He then spent some time in London, Switzerland and Saint Tropez. He received his first Michelin star as the chef of Villa La Vedetta in Florence (Italy). In 2007 he moved to Prague where, in 2008, he received his second Michelin star. It was the first Michelin star in the so-called Eastern Block. He won further stars in 2009 and 2010 for his third and fourth career stars.[1] His work in Prague will end in October 2011 when he will move to Saint Petersburg as a chief in first Four Season's hotel in Russia.


  • Michelin star (Villa Le Vedetta) Florence
  • Michelin star (Allegro) Prague


Michelin Guide: Main cities of Europe 2008, Prague

  1. ^ "Restaurace Allegro znovu obhájila michelinskou hvězdu". (in Czech) (Mladá fronta DNES). 16 March 2010. Retrieved 10 February 2012.