Lungarno Collection is pleased to share the opportunity for a talented Executive Chef to be part of the Portrait Milano team. Our research is aimed at professionals with the innate ability to be impeccable “hosts”, to offer excellent service, combining spontaneity and personalization.
Lungarno Collection is delighted to announce a brand-new addition to its hotel portfolio, which currently includes four hotels in Florence and one in Rome. Having consolidated its position in the hospitality sector, the Ferragamo family’s hotel group is now poised to make its debut in Milan, in an exceptional location unfamiliar to all but a few of the city’s residents: the former Archiepiscopal Seminary at 11, Corso Venezia, with additional access from 10, Via Sant’Andrea. It is Europe’s oldest seminary, second in the world, built in 1564 in a strategic central position. This monumental building boasts an impressive baroque entrance designed in 1652 by Francesco Maria Richini, which opens onto an imposing 3,000m2 piazza framed by a double colonnaded loggia. The restoration project will see the launch of a new Portrait, (that of Portrait Milano) expanding the company’s flagship brand to include a total of 3 hotels following Rome and Florence, but much more. The vast building will also host restaurants, a shopping arcade and plenty of space for events, making it a major lifestyle hub in the heart of Milan’s fashion district.
Reporting to the F&B Manager, the chef is responsible for the overall success of all daily kitchen activities, including restaurant, cafe, room service, bar and events.
Responsibilities will include recruitment, talent management and development of our culinary team, menu planning and development, food cost control, events, hygiene and sanitation, effective planning, purchasing decisions, inventory control and maximization of financial performance in all areas of responsibility. The chef oversees all areas of the kitchen to ensure a consistent and high-quality product. He/She works to continuously improve guest satisfaction, feeling responsible for the guest experience in its entirety.