Christian Lohse knows that international high-end cuisine calls not only for top creativity, but also for solid craftsmanship and highly professional standards in the kitchen as a workplace.
The chef and entrepreneur has earned two Michelin stars and was awarded 19 out of 20 points by the Gault&Millau restaurant guide, and therefore counts among the best chefs in the world. In the course of his long career, he has worked at some of the most legendary hotels and restaurants in Europe, including the Regent Berlin hotel and The Dorchester in London. He is widely known in Germany due to his involvement in cookery TV productions such as Kitchen Impossible, Game of Chefs, Hensslers Countdown and Stadt, Land, Lecker – Christian Lohse’s style has made its mark on many TV shows.
Education and hygiene knowledge from the expert
Christian Lohse will now be applying his expertise and professional experience from the world’s best restaurant kitchens and hotels to BlackSatino. This fast-paced and challenging work environment involves especially high standards when it comes to professional hygiene – a factor which can play a significant part in the success of a food service business.
Christian Lohse will soon be teaching others about what’s important here and about the practical application of, for example, the latest scientific findings and sustainability topics – from April, he will be sharing his knowledge with customers, anyone who is interested and his own network via the traditional media and social media.
‘We are very excited about our joint activities with Christian Lohse, who can draw on his many years of experience in the food service and hotel industries to provide customer-oriented posts about how to equip hotel kitchens and washrooms,’ said Patrick Schumacher, Managing Director of Business Development and Marketing at WEPA Professional, at the joint cooperation kick-off: ‘Thanks to his expertise, we will now be able to cater to the requirements of the HoReCa industry even more diversely and in an even more targeted manner.’