Chef Antony Germani
Chef Antony Germani started working very young in restaurant kitchens. He got his first serious job as a commis de cuisine at the luxurious Villa Gallici, in Aix-en-Provence, and continued at Sofitel Palm Beach, Marseille. In search of new challenges, at the age of twenty, he decided to go to Paris where he was given the opportunity to work for the famous chef Pierre Gagnaire. That experience opened the door for chef Joël Robuchon, with whom he began working in his exclusive studio on Montalembert Street. He got his first job as a chef de cuisine at the Le mini palais restaurant, and then at the Arc and Laperouse restaurants in Paris. However, his wish was to return to the south, so he left Paris to open a bar with sardines, Sard’in Marseille, in 2015 in the old port of Marseille. Once again he spent some time as chef de cuisine at restaurant Peron, but a year later, he opened his current restaurant Un petit cabanon (Small Hut), which offers modernized Provencal cuisine.
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