MARCELO HISAKI

AMORES聽| TECATE, MX

He was born in Mexico City to Japanese parents who allowed him to explore a diversity of flavors, textures, ingredients and aromas from a very early age, thus combining his Mexican and Japanese culinary roots. His talent and discipline earned him a scholarship from the Turquois Foundation in Mexico City, and continued his studies in Monaco, he then went on to specialize in French cooking at the Hotel Monte Carlo Lyceum.

In 2013, chef Marcelo Hisaki and his wife, chef Reyna Venegas, opened the Amores restaurant in Tecate, Baja California. Its culinary concept is characterized by the mix of French, Mexican and Oriental culinary techniques, using local products from Baja California and married by excellent wines and artisanal beers from the region.

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Naci贸 en CDMX de padres japoneses que le permitieron descubrir desde peque帽o una diversidad de sabores, texturas, ingredientes y aromas, combinando las ra铆ces culinarias mexicanas y japonesas.

Su talento y disciplina lo hizo merecedor de una beca otorgada por la fundaci贸n Turquois para continuar sus estudios en M贸naco y realizar una especializaci贸n de cocina francesa en el Liceo Hotelero de Monte Carlo.

En 2013 el chef Marcelo Hisaki junto con su esposa la chef Reyna Venegas, abrieron el restaurante Amores en Tecate, Baja California. Su concepto culinario se caracteriza por las mezclas de t茅cnicas culinarias francesas, mexicanas y orientales, utilizando productos locales de la Baja California acompa帽ados de excelentes vinos y cerveza artesanal de la regi贸n.