Moreno Cedroni is one of the most creative Italian and international chefs. Born in Ancona in 1964, Cedroni entered the catering field in 1984 with the opening of the Madoninnia del Pescatore restaurant in Senigallia. After directing the restaurant for six years and bored with front of house work, he decided to test himself in the kitchen, with cooking soon becoming his true great passion. In 1992 he was attending haute cuisine courses when he met Ferran Adrìà from whom he learned new techniques for preparing and decorating dishes. As well as the original restaurant in Senigallia, he is currently running the Clandestino Sushi Bar in Portonovo and the first fish charcuterie Anikò. He was awarded his two Michelin stars 1996 and 2006, three forks from Gambero Rosso in 2000 and in 1008 won the Swedish Kungsfenan Seafood Awards for mastery and technique in handling materials, for his talent and capacity for combining tradition and innovation in his cooking.