Although his origins are deeply rooted in the sun-baked mountains and dramatic coastline of Calabria in southwest Italy, Chef Anthony Genovese spent much of his early childhood in France. In order to perfect his craft, Anthony travelled around the world, learning the skills required to achieve truly exceptional Italian cuisine.
In 2003 Anthony unveiled his new creation: Il Pagliaccio. Il Pagliaccio drew inspiration from travels, both in the decor and in the cuisine, yet is ultimately a celebration of Italian gastronomy. Over the past ten years his adventure in the capital city has garnered Genovese two Michelin stars, while his quest for new ideas which simultaneously impress and surprise the lucky guests of Il Pagliaccio continues to thrive.