Italian cuisine evangelist
A chef born in Italy and reared in Australia, Stefano inherited a love of eating and drinking grappa in the morning from his father; the cooking gene came from his mother’s side. He’s run Italian restaurants in Sydney since 1983 and cooked as a guest chef in restaurants and resorts all over the world. He’s no slouch: as well as cheffing, he has a weekly food column in The Sydney Morning Herald and he oversees the kitchen gardens at Manfredi at Bells in the NSW seaside hamlet of Killcare. Most recently, he opened a Milanese osteria in the Star City Casino on Sydney’s waterfront. His friends think he has no life but he wouldn’t swap this one for quids.
Stefano Manfredi anonymously reviewed the following hotels:
Hotel Signum in Salina – Read the review