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The Team at York & Albany

Robert Mazur

Robert Mazur

Executive Head Chef

Robert gleaned his cooking skills in a range of venues from award-winning spas and resorts to private members clubs and country hotels. Fluent in three languages, Robert kicked off his career by training in the oldest French restaurant in London, L’Escargot, in 1992. He then developed his talent across a host of renowned restaurants in London, including Soho House and now closed Michelin-starred Les Saveurs by Marco Pierre White.

In 1998, Robert returned to his home country of Poland where he headed up the restaurants in luxury hotels such as the Haffner Hotel and Mazurkas Hotel. Robert also led the brigades at two restaurants of reputable Polish restaurateur Magda Gessler during their openings.

Being drawn back to the allure of London in 2011, Robert returned as head chef of the Northall restaurant at the 5 star Corinthia hotel, leading the team for 5 years and collecting an impressive list of accolades from TripAdvisor, Conde Nast and The Sunday Times.

Robert joined Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen as Head Chef in July 2017 and then lead the brigade of 19 chefs as Executive Head Chef at Bread Street Kitchen before making the move to oversee both London House and York & Albany. Robert brings with him a wealth experience in British produce, global cuisine and bespoke dining experiences in luxury hotels and private members clubs.

Antonio Letizia

Head Bartender

Antonio is the head bartender at York & Albany in Camden and has been with Gordon Ramsay Restaurants since June 2017. He loves what he does, and thrives on keeping the bar in order, training new staff, and instilling his passion about the industry into his team.

He loves talking with guests, drinking classic cocktails, and discovering new bars. Antonio also loves to talk with other bartenders, comparing ideas, and reading drinks menus. His expectations for a drinks menu are very high – if it doesn’t catch his attention in the first few drinks, he’ll stop reading it!

Whilst Antonio loves creating new and exciting cocktails, he feels that the best inspiration will always come from the classics. They are called classic for a reason! His favourite drink is a Negroni, saying that it is ‘such a simple drink and at the same time so complete. It's a drink for anyone and is perfect at any time of the day’.

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