It took a lot of convincing to get chef Pierluigi Trotta to move from Britain to Russia, but once he arrived in Moscow he discovered a dynamic dining scene and many eager cooks.Anative of Switzerland, born to Italian parents, Trotta started working in restaurants at the age of 9—behind the bar at the restaurant of some relatives—and hasn’t looked back. In March he became head of research and development for Rosinter Restaurants, a company that manages 295 restaurants, ...

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