Maurizio Di Ciano

chef maurizio di ciano is an australian italian chef and presenter par excellence

Maurizio Di Ciano is quite simply a man of passion and his enormously popular fine dining Italian restaurant located in Perth, Western Australia is testament to his passion.

The day Maurizio decided to leave Europe more than a decade ago and head to the warmer climate of Australia set in motion a turn of events that were to culminate in producing one of the Australia's most successful Italian restaurateurs, serving "pure" and traditional cuisine in a classic environment.

Brought up in the magnificent Abruzzo region in central Italy, Chef Maurizio quickly developed a deep respect for traditional Italian cooking. In Italy, food remains an integral part of the culture which defines the identity of the people and where they come from. Regions are fiercely competitive over their speciality dishes, with family recipes closely guarded and handed down through generations. As a young boy, Maurizio watched his mother create delicate pastas and mouth-watering sauces and quickly discovered his own destiny in life.

Maurizio trained exclusively in Italy at Villa Santa-Maria and gained his experience working in Italy, Switzerland and London. Upon his arrival in Australia in 1997, he spent three years as Maitre ‘D at a prominent fine dining restaurant in West Perth which earned him Alinta Gas Maitre’D of the Year award.

In 1999, he started his own catering business, which was embraced immediately by the Perth public, who were seeking a more refined style of catering service. Today, Maurizio with his expertly skilled chefs, wait staff and hostesses ensure that their objective of maximum professionalism is at all times maintained at his Restaurant.

Western Australians, and visitors can enjoy the beautiful surroundings, and the ambience of Chef Maurizio's beautiful Restaurant - No Menu Finest Italian 448 where the food and ambience is truly "perfetto"!

Chef Maurizio is a talented Chef with a lot of experience in media presentation.