Michelin-starred chef to cook for Slovenia’s EU presidency guests

Brdo pri Kranju – Distinguished Slovenian chef Tomaž Kavčič will be in charge of cuisine at all top-level events during the upcoming Slovenian presidency of the Council of the EU, which makes Slovenia the first country to entrust such a job to a Michelin-starred chef.

As announced by JGZ Brdo State Protocol Services, the aim of the cooperation with Kavčič is to combine first-class service, excellent staff and cuisine at the highest level.

The Michelin-starred chef will be in charge of the culinary programme at four locations – Villa Tartini, Strmol Castle, Villa Bled and the renovated Elegans Brdo hotel.

JGZ Brdo director Marjan Hribar said that the identity of the four-star hotel, as well as the other locations operated by the state protocol service, would focus on “exceeding guests’ expectations in all aspects”.

Kavčič sees this cooperation as a recognition of his work. “Working as head chef during the EU Council presidency is an exciting challenge, which I accept with great pleasure and respect,” he said.

The chef is confident that his work, experience and knowledge will bear fruit and that the quality of culinary service will be raised to the highest possible level.