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Chef Luis Ronzón – Executive Chef
Luis Ronzón is a public accountant by profession, however, he soon changed numbers for stoves. As a disciple of chef Yuri de Gortari discovered the passion for traditional Mexican food. Since then, it has sought multiple courses to extend and perfect his gastronomic practice, taught by famous schools in Mexico and abroad. His excellent performance opened the doors of the best restaurants in the world.
Despite his young age, Luis Ronzón has traveled through internationally renowned cuisines, including innovative restaurants in Denmark and Peru. These experiences have penetrated in the gastronomic experimentation, the local production of inputs and the cultivation of native produce.
Recently, the close collaboration with Chef Jorge Vallejo, in the award-winning Quintonil as Sous Chef for 3 years, which is ranked as one of The World's 50 best Restaurants, consecrated him as one of the great exponents of the Mexican contemporary cuisine. In 2016, he has served as chef instructor of Mexican contemporary cuisine at the Ambrosia Culinary Center. And in this same year he started as Executive Chef of Chable Yucatan named in 2017 Best Hotel in the World receiving the coveted "Prix de Versailles” Award and in 2018, Luis took Ixi’im, Chable Yucatan’s fine dining restaurant to obtain the award of Best Restaurant in Latin America by the same organization.Support the show