SABRINA MACRÌ – From the heart of Emilia to the Milanese culinary scene, Sabrina Macrì has established herself as a standout in the kitchen, combining talent and passion in her rise through the elite kitchen ranks.
Originally from Borgo Val di Taro in the province of Parma, Sabrina Macrì has always nurtured a great passion for cooking. This love led her to attend the Istituto Alberghiero in Salsomaggiore Terme and then the prestigious ALMA School of Haute Cuisine in Colorno. Her career took off when she joined the kitchens of Quadri in Venice, where, after an internship, she was hired as head of first courses. His predilection for this section of the kitchen soon became a distinctive signature of his style.
After Venice, Sabrina moved to Madonna di Campiglio, working for two years with chef Giovanni D’Alitta. However, the lure of Milan was strong and brought her to the Lombard capital, where she began to gather experience in the city’s most renowned kitchens, including Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia. Here, chefs Negrini and Pisani immediately recognized her talent, getting her to participate in the VOICE project in La Scala Square. This experience proves crucial to her professional growth, eventually leading her to become head chef of the firsts at Aimo and Nadia’s Place.
After four intense years, Sabrina decided to take a break from the hectic pace of cooking. However, this hiatus is short-lived: she is soon contacted again by chefs Negrini and Pisani, who offer her the leadership of BistRo Aimo and Nadia. Sabrina accepts, bringing to her new position all her talent and passion for cooking, confirming herself as one of the most promising figures on the Milanese culinary scene.