Andreas SennIn his restaurant, Andreas Senn now stands for an innovative and light kitchen that is perfectly presented in the special ambience of the casting plant. His years of apprenticeship began in the five-star Superior Hotel Schalber in Serfaus, followed by stations at the Hotel Ronacher in Bad Kleinkirchheim, on the ships MS Monterey and MS Melody and in the Chasa Montana in Samnaun.
Before working as sous chef at Hangar 7 in Salzburg, he had already gained his first experience as head chef at the Hotel Ebners. Andreas Senn won his "first" 3 Guilt-Millau Hauben as head chef at the restaurant Heimatliebe in Kitzbühel. In 2015, he opened SENNS.Restaurant in Salzburg, where, among other, he was awarded with 2 Michelin stars.