BROS

WU MAGAZINE

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BROS’ – AT OUR HOME

In a city that abounds with baroque like Lecce, Floriano Pellegrino’s restaurant stands out, from its inaguration, for its essential offer. The chef and his partner Isabella Potì, talented pastry chef by his side in this adventure, are winning exponential consensus: everyone talks about them and since a little while, someone gives them the smell of a Michelin Star.

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INFORMA CIBO

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Floriano e Isabella, the soul of Bros

You can’t speak about contemporary italian cuisine without mentioning Bros’. In Lecce, Floriano Pellegrino and Isabella Potì constantly work to renew the Mediterranean cuisine. In the heart of their land, they lead a brigade of young people hungry for ideas. From their work, the italian cuisine is enhanced, because it doesn’t close in strict respect of tradition, but opens at 360 degrees. In the cultural baggage of floriano and Isabella perfeclty coexsist ancient knowledges and great international experiences, like with Martìn Berasategui.

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THE WALKMAN

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Weekend Lecce – Even if it’s just two days or a touch-and-go, here’s a mini guide of must-see stops, so that you can say to have tasted the essence of this city.

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LA REPUBBLICA

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Milano, 4 chefs in a workshop: “What binds cuisine and engines? Safety and travel”

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FINE DINING LOVERS

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In Lecce you can find a decidedly unusual restaurant, which in a few years has become one of the most observed and desidered destination for a foodie public that crosses the national borders: it is the Bros’. Its chef and owner Floriano Pellegrino has been nominated as one of the most promising europeans under 30 by Forbescome magazine.

Floriano works everyday with the ingredients of this land alongside a young brigade and his partner, the pastry chef Isabella Potì, also cited by Forbes in the “Under 30” chart to keep an eye on in 2017.

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5 YOUNG CHEFS THAT ARE REVOLUTIONING THE KITCHEN IN ITALY.

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Among the 5 young chefs are the future BotturaCraccoCannavacciuolo. But even no. Because their identity is already precise. They don’t have to inspire themselves to others, but they have only to express their potential. In fact, before the 30 years, they have received important awards, entering for merit in the gourmet routes of Belpaese.

Floriano Pellegrino – Bros (Lecce).

The second chef crowned by Forbes is Floriano Pellegrino, that we can find in Lecce, at the Bros’ restaurant. He also did important experiences abroad (including the experience with the iconic spanish chef Martin Barasategui), and then returned home to pour into his dishes all the essence of Salento. Following the motto “think global, act global” and “the essential is visible to taste”, Pellegrino looks to the countryside with a pop-bucolic eye, to extract dishes like endive, almond and bergamot or quail, plum, green beans.