Enjoy an intimate, customized, culinary experience. No mess, no rush. Delicious food. Great company. Location of your choice.
HAPPY TO OFFER:
- Family style service
- Plated service
- Tasting menus
- Interactive cooking experiences
Please fill in the form below to the best of your ability and Chef Chris will be in touch with some ideas and options. If you prefer to discuss by phone please call (519) 572-5125
Generations of Preservation
Enjoy small batch pickled seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Get your pickles...
ST JACOBS MARKET 878 Weber St. N, Woolwich, ON
Remark Fresh Markets 1180 Oxford S. W, London, ON & 2727 Howard Ave. Windsor, ON
BYOB Cocktail Emporium 972 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON
Taj Mahal Spices & Cheese 365 Wilson St. E, Ancaster, ON
Mickey McGuire`s Cheese at 2 King St. W, Dundas, ON
Lee and Maria`s 692 Seacliff Dr. Kingsville, ON
The Mill House 2042 Elgin St. Arva, ON
Gunn`s Hill Cheese 445172 Gunn`s Hill Rd. Woodstock, ON
The Block co. 395 John St. Burlington, ON
The Apple Factory 10024 Mississauga Rd. Brampton ,ON
Vincenzo`s 150 Caroline St. S, Waterloo, ON
The Milky Whey 118 Ontario St. Stratford, ON
The Old Marina Restaurant & Gifts 1947 McClintock Dr. Cambridge, ON
Nancy`s Cheese 260 Dupont St. Toronto, ON
La Jolie Cheese Shop 9-2 Orchard Heights Blvd. Aurora, ON
Charles Quality Meats 401 Weber St. N, Waterloo, ON
Hot Sauces Unlimited 382 Olivewood Rd. Toronto, ON
Off The Hook Fish Market 103, 13461 Yonge St. Richmond Hill, ON
The Udder Way Artisan Cheese Company 410 RR 20, Hannon, ON
Canary & Fox Micro Market 778 Annette St, Toronto, ON
The Dover Cheese Shop 307 Main St, Port Dover, ON
or email chef Chris to arrange a delivery
I grew up in a traditional Italian home where food was everything. We had a large, lush vegetable garden and a cantina always loaded with homemade pickles, homemade tomato sauce and cases of olive oil.
In the late 70`s my father owned a pizza shop in Toronto and a Snack Bar in the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto, and for my whole life my father talked about getting back into the restaurant industry. So when he passed away suddenly in 2011, I made it my mission to make his dream my reality. I quit my 15 year career as a roofer and went to Culinary School at Conestoga College. I graduated with Honors also earning the Victory Knox Award of Excellence.
While in school I cooked at The Crazy Canuck in Waterloo Ontario. The owners are still my mentors to this day. Following school, I spent the next two years as a Chef de Partie at Langdon Hall Relais and Chateaux in Cambridge Ontario, my passion for food was flourishing uncontrollably. I then worked as the Head Chef at The Sleeman Centre in Guelph Ontario, designing the menu and leading a team of 25.
You’re probably wondering where the name Ciuffulli comes from. As a rambunctious child, I was never able to sit still, so my nonno (grandfather), born and raised in the picturesque mountain side village of Patrica, in central Italy, would call me Ciuffulli, which in his Italian dialect of Ciociaro means grasshopper.