Matteo Baronetto, class ’77, is a calm and reflexive chef, sometimes even disarming. Its really personal cuisine style is distinctive and characterized by balance, intuition, and talent in execution; its particular traits allowed him to be appreciated and estimated from international gastronomes and critics. Baronetto has been a Marchesi pupil and for several years Cracco’s personal assistant; he has been guiding Del Cambio’s kitchens since the first day of its new course. In only six months of activity, he conquered a Michelin star. Disruptive, always experimental, especially cultivated; promoter of the raw material as the keystone of any composition. His Piemontese roots – continuously influencing him – guide him to Tradition rediscovery, while his solid technique united to surprising creative intuitions, led him to realize dishes it’s almost impossible to label. His ambition, in a place like Del Cambio, so rich in terms of History, is to create, even at the stoves, something able to “overcome Time”.