Masaki Sugisaki

Masaki is known for pushing the boundaries of Japanese cuisine whilst honouring its heritage. His creativity and impeccable sourcing are what led us to him. We can’t wait to see how his menus develop for Kitchen On The Edge.

Masaki was born in Saitama, Japan, where his parents ran a traditional Kaiseki restaurant. Travelling to London aged 23, Masaki worked in several Japanese restaurants before returning home as head chef of the family business. Onto Tokyo and then London again, Masaki was part of the opening team of Nobu Berkeley Street in 2005. Three years later he left to open the much loved Dinings.

Completing the adventure is our favorite duo Valentine and Nick; British blacksmith Alex Pole will be firing up the Holmen forge for this event and we’ll have workshops with founder of PlayLab, Professor Play. Join us for a RIB trip and picnic, foraging, hiking, cooking demos and the magic of the Lofoten in early summer.

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