|birth date||July 03, 1971 (51 years old)|
|Born in||Bolzano, South Tyrol|
|Marital status||married to Daniela Trettl (since 2009)|
|profession||Chef, TV chef, cookbook author,|
How rich is Roland Trettl?
Star chef Roland Trettl is shaking up the industry in which the TV personality and cookbook author works. One might think that his colleagues would almost have to be afraid of the big mouth of the native South Tyrolean. Trettl certainly doesn’t mince his words and, for example, speaks quite openly about having himself sterilized – even though he and his wife only have one son. Trettl not only lives the happiness of a small family, but also wanted to take this step to ensure that in old age he does not become one of those men who want to do it again. Late paternity is out of the question for Trettl. In any case, the chef has taken care of things, his family no longer has to worry about money. Roland Trettl has an estimated Assets of 6.5 million euros .
Top chef Roland Trettl
Trettl is refreshingly different and has absolutely nothing to do with the arrogance that many top chefs around him are known for. While his nature makes him lovable and somehow quite charming, the family man does not need to hide his cooking skills either. He began his training as a chef in 1987 at the Parkhotel Holzner. He also stopped off at the Aubergine restaurant in Munich . From 1997 to 2001 he was head chef at a restaurant in Mallorca, Ca’s Puers. So Roland Trettl was not entirely innocent of the Michelin star that the restaurant received in 2000.
The career of the top chef is even more colorful than the careers of many of his colleagues. After all, the celebrity chef has also worked in Tokyo . While he was earning his living there as a food and beverage trainer, a remarkable incident also occurred in distant Asia. Because he had violated the conditions of his visa, Trettl was even jailed in Japan for three days. The star chef and cookbook author has already lived an eventful life.
Exciting facts from the life of the star chef
Big names in the cooking scene almost despaired of Roland Trettl early on. This also applied to Eckart Witzigmann, among others, who was one of the early teachers of today’s star chef. Above all, the teacher often reprimanded the rising star in the cooking heaven for his messiness. Very few could have guessed what would become of Roland Trettl. (After all, his wife still jokingly doubts her husband’s cooking skills from time to time.) This doesn’t just mean his Michelin star. He was already the managing director of the Ikarus restaurant at Hangar 7 at Salzburg Airport . Trettl’s concept with guest chefs is still practiced there today, with an international top chef designing the menu every month. Incidentally, Hangar 7 belongs to one of the richest Austrians , none other than Dietrich Mateschitz .
Trettl has already been called a “kitchen rebel” in the press. This also has to do with his book, in which he settles accounts with his colleagues from the cooking scene. ” Served – the truth about the best chefs in the world ” – the title of the book is as appropriate as it is provocative. Roland Trettl openly admits that he has always liked to be offended and likes to provoke. In 20 career years he has met 120 top chefs. So he knows what he’s talking about. This openness also brings the South Tyrolean further points of sympathy. In return, the star chef openly accepts criticism. You are welcome to email him if you have a problem with him.
A few big stars from Hollywood have had to experience first-hand that he is a stubborn person who stays true to his principles. After all, Trettl didn’t even see giving up his day off, Monday, when Catherine Zeta-Jones and her no less famous husband Michael Douglas wanted to dine with him. Roland Trettl knows what he wants and won’t let anyone bend him . This probably also contributed to its success. In any case, the TV audience is enthusiastic and wants more.
Roland Trettl at The Taste
The charismatic chef also appears on German TV. As a guest judge on the casting show “The Taste”, which is broadcast by Sat.1, Trettl quickly won the hearts of the fans. He was immediately appointed as a juror from 2016, he succeeded Tim Mälzer . In 2018 The Taste will enter its sixth season and of course we hope to see Roland Trettl there again. The likeable chef has also made a number of appearances on Kitchen Impossible. We will certainly see the TV chef more often in the future.