The Peruvian restaurant Maido, led by Mitsuharu Tsumura was selected as the best restaurant in Peru for the third consecutive year by the Summum Awards.
“Under the direction of the journalist Cecilia Valenzuela, the 2019 edition of these awards was held again at the Grand National Theater and was attended by chefs and local gastronomy professionals”, El Comercio described.
Among other winners, Pía León, from the Kjolle restaurant, won the Best Woman Chef category; and Mónica Huerta won Best Author's Kitchen.
“Other special awards went to Elvert Castillo Ávila (Best Agricultural Producer), Juan Laura (Best Cocoa Producer of the Vraem), José Antonio (Best Classic Restaurant), Don Jacinto (Best Huarique), Giovanni Bisso (Best Sommelier) and Marco Antonio Tantachuco (Best Maitre)”, you can read in the aforementioned website.
In addition, Summum also awarded the Trajectory Award for Marisa Guiulfo, the banquet businesswoman whose career borders 50 years; and the Posthumous Recognition to Humberto Sato, the founder of Costanera 700 who died on October 2018.
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