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Culinary Graduate John Vincent Troiano of Frilu Restaurant Awarded 1 Michelin Star

For the first time ever the Michelin Guide has come to Canada and we are proud to announce that one of our Culinary Graduates John Vincent Troiano of Frilu restaurant has been awarded 1 Michelin Star.


Having culinary Alumni like John Vincent Troiano, of Frilu, win a Michelin Guide star that is recognized globally shows that he had some amazing mentors and chefs teaching him over the years all starting at Humber College. John did his culinary internship at a hotel in GTA with Chef James Bodanis (current Humber faculty) in 2005 and was taught several of his culinary courses by Chef Francisco Rivera (Current Humber faculty). As these are the first stars ever awarded to Canadian cities or restaurants many students locally and internationally will have eyes on these chefs and look at their connections and background of education for inspiration and guidance.

John Vincent has been a guest chef at Humber over the years, sharing his journey as a chef, knowledge of the industry, passion for food, and creative menu writing. His LinkedIn has his education highlighted as a Humber College Graduate for all to see.

It is with great pride that we share this amazing recognition with the Humber Community. Book your tables early as this restaurant will be one of the hottest seats in the city.

John-Vincent Troiano

Culinary teacher, John-Vincent Troiano, Alvina Cassiani

John-Vincent Troiano taking a group photo with the class

John Vincent has been a guest chef at Humber over the years, sharing his journey as a chef, knowledge of the industry, passion for food, and creative menu writing. His LinkedIn has his education highlighted as a Humber College Graduate for all to see.

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