ETS NORD supports the Bocuse d’Or Estonian team
Chef Artur Kazaritski, who works at Copenhagen’s three-star Michelin restaurant “Geranium”, is to represent Estonia in the prestigious European Bocuse d’Or culinary final next year.
Kazaritski booked his spot on the European level after wining the Estonian round of the Bocuse d’Or competition.
Bocuse d’Or is the world’s most prestigious culinary competition, often referred to as the “culinary olympics”. It was originally conceived by world-renowned French master chef Paul Bocuse in 1987. The grand finale, held every two years in Lyon, France, welcomes 24 chefs from around the world to prepare their dishes live.
The European final is to be held in Tallinn in 2020, for the first time ever.
Kazaritski has been working at “Geranium” in Copenhagen for three years, under the guidance of three-time Bocuse d’Or finalist and winner Rasmus Kofoed. He has worked in restaurants around the world, after starting his career in Tallinn.
ETS NORD proudly awarded him €10,000 to fund his preparations for the European final.