Claude Bosi

Claude Bosi was born into an Italian family. Bosi moved to France with his family and graduated from a catering college. He started traveling around France to improve himself professionally. He worked at Michelin award-winning places such as Chiberta and Alain Passard at L’Arpège. In 1997 he moved to the UK and earned his Michelin star in 1999 while working as Head Chef at Overton Grange.

Claude founded his first restaurant, Hibiscus, in 2000 and earned his first Michelin star a year later. He received his second Michelin star in 2004. Acclaimed for its modern French cuisine, Hibiscus was also a member of the Relais & Châteaux and Les Grandes Tables du Monde Qualité & Tradition guides. Claude closed the venue in 2016 and announced Bibendum the following year.

Bibendum was awarded 2 Michelin stars the year it opened. A fine dining restaurant, Bibendum features signature dishes that showcase Bosi’s distinctive, classic and contemporary French cooking style. Claude’s cuisine is recognized worldwide for combining classic cooking techniques with an innovative approach and the best possible products. Bosi uses ingredients sourced mainly from the British Isles and France.