At the table with: Richard Ptacnik

At the table with: Richard Ptacnik

Executive chef of Sydney’s Otto Ristorante Richard Ptacnik draws on the roots of Italian classics when he is cooking modern Italian in the kitchen. He draws on his skills from having worked in some great kitchens in Berlin, Switzerland, and his home city, Prague. He originally joined Otto in 2003 as a sous chef, and assumed the role of head chef in late 2009. Who … Continue reading At the table with: Richard Ptacnik

At the table with: Albert Iacono

Since leaving corporate life more than 10 years ago, Albert Iacono and his brother, Anthony, have built up their own chain of restaurants and cafes in Sydney. But their first one was Bertoni Casalinga that opened in Balmain serving their mum’s Italian recipes, and they have since stayed true to that. They have also decided to share their family recipes that have been passed on … Continue reading At the table with: Albert Iacono