Top 7 African Chefs
Africa has over the years produced talented, creative, and professional chefs who have shown their skills and talents in the most beautiful and creative cuisines they prepare.
So here are some of the 7 top African chefs we will be talking about:
- Chef Luke Dale Roberts
He was born in East Sussex and trained in Switzerland and before traveling across Asia (Malaysia, Singapore, Seoul) where he opened a series of hotels for ACCOR GROUP and he is presently the owner of “The Test Kitchen”
- Chef Antho
Chef Anto who is from Gabon became a star of gastronomy television in France. Chef Anto in 2018 created and produced four recipes as part of the “smart food campaign”. These recipes were promoted at “We eat Africa” (The African Cuisines Festival) where she became the president of the organizing committee and she has since then been known across Africa for her beautiful recipe
- Chef Luseno Bryan:
He is from Kenya and His birth for culinary arts started when he was a child, where he was forced to join his mother in the kitchen and as time went by, his passion for cooking grew stronger, so he decided to study professional skills culinary arts in college after high school. After the completion of his studies, he decided to train as a chef in his country and as since then worked with several chefs who assisted him to gather the necessary skills he needed.
- Chef Christian Abegan
He was born in Cameroon and he became the benchmark for African Cuisine. He graduated from “Le Cardon Bleu” school in Paris. After graduating, he returned to his country of birth, from where he then embarked on a long culinary exploration that took him from Central Africa, Douala, Brazaville to South Africa with Pretoria and Antanana through West Africa, Dakar, Lome and even meeting up with African Diaspora in the USA and the Caribbean.
- Chef Loic Dable:
He is a Franco-Ivorian chef, trained in Paris Luxury Hotels with his own cooking show “The Panstar Chef”. Dable aims to revolutionize African cuisine and re-invent traditional dishes into a piece of art.
- Chef Fregz
Gbugbemi Fregz was born in Abeokuta. He grew up in Benin city. He studied Industrial relations and human management at Covenant University. Chef Fregz started his culinary internship at Oakwood Park and Protea Hotel in 2004 and continued at Oleander in 2007 while studying. In 2009, he started his own catering service called DVARD Catering service. Fregene left Nigeria in early 2010 to study at Le Cordon Bleu culinary institute in Paris, France earning a diploma in Cuisine.
- Chef Tunde Wey
He is on a mission to Unfetter diners from the medium of modern American Cuisine. The Nigerian-born chef went to the United States at age 16 with plans to become a medical doctor. He aimed to explore America as well as to introduce people to the food he grew with.