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Jorge Cantor

Jorge Cantor, a young promise with surprising creativity for the enrichment of the gastronomic world, successfully enters the scene of gastronomy in Bogota, contributing with avant-garde trends with recurrent presence in roots and native flavors of the Mexican and Peruvian food. His passion for discovering new techniques, photography and his permanent positive...

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Jorge Cantor, a young promise with surprising creativity for the enrichment of the gastronomic world, successfully enters the scene of gastronomy in Bogota, contributing with avant-garde trends with recurrent presence in roots and native flavors of the Mexican and Peruvian food. His passion for discovering new techniques, photography and his permanent positive attitude are added to his cuisine, the particular construction of each of his proposals, contributing to the creation of magnificent preparations, made with all the academic rigor and the application of the newest culinary techniques.

He currently specializes in Mexican cuisine. He is currently the executive chef of the catering company 5 Sentidos where he specializes in haute cuisine events.

He began his studies in gastronomy, in the school of gastronomy Gato Dumas, and institute Mariano Moreno in (Bogota), then he decides to specialize in the institute Le Cordon bleu in (Lima).

When he finished his studies he entered a career where he introduced his techniques in gastronomy. Il Sorriso in (Bogota), I served Hotels (Bogota) and chia, Le Petit kitchen and bar (Bogota), chef of the restaurant the Marranero street food and the Flaco district of Argentina.

Currenty works in la lupita where he has implemented all his vast knowledge in avant-garde cooking techniques and ancestral and nutritional, giving a much more gastronomic value to the diner.

A phrase that characterizes him "we make works of art that can be smelled, tasted and enjoyed".

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Recipes by Jorge Cantor

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