Kurt Zdesar

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Kurt Zdesar is a restaurateur, who was born in Sydney Australia and had begun his career very early in the hospitality industry. Having moved to Europe early in his life, London became the platform for Kurt. Kurt Zdesar was European Director for Nobu. The first European restaurant was opened in London, which received a Michelin-Star within 10 months of opening, the UK’s first Michelin-Star for Asian cuisine.[1][2][3] Nobu London was voted "Restaurant of the Year" in 2003 and 2004 by the world renowned Restaurant Magazine.

Kurt Zdesar launched and founded his own concept called Ping Pong. Ping Pong was also recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing companies and continues to be one of London’s Popular Asian restaurants.[4][5][6][7][8] In September 2013 Kurt Zdesar opened Chotto Matte in Soho’s Frith Street bringing together Japanese and Peruvian culture. Chotto Matte which is known for its Nikkei cuisine and cocktail.[9] Following the success of Chotto Matte’s launch Kurt opened Black Roe in March 2016, London’s first Poke bar and grill inspired by the Pacific Rim.[10][11][12]

In October 2016 Kurt Zdesar continued to expand his operation by opening Fucina, a modern organic Italian restaurant located in the heart of Marylebone.[13] In January 2017 Kurt Zdesar created a new concept, the opening of Paneterria by Fucina, an artisanal organic delicatessen.[13]

2017 will also see the launch of Chotto Matte’s first international outlet in Miami, currently scheduled to open in September 2017.[14][15][16][17][18]

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