Italian woman named world's best chef

Nadia Santini praised for traditional cuisine, modern influences

Italian woman named world's best chef

London, April 3 - An Italian woman has been named world's best chef by British magazine Restaurant and its list The World's 50 Best Restaurants. Nadia Santini made history in 1996 when she became the first Italian woman to receive three Michelin stars for her restaurant Dal Pescatore in Runate, northern Italy, where she learned her craft from her husband's grandmother, Teresa. The family-owned eatery is known for a mix of traditional Italian cooking and modern influences. (photo: Nadia Santini and her husband Antonio)

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