Angelo Musa, 2003 World Pastry Champion and One of the Best Craftsmen in France (Meilleur Ouvrier de France - MOF) 2007, joined the Plaza Athénée hotel as executive pastry chef. At the beginning of April 2016, Angelo Musa was appointed head of the pastry teams at 25 avenue Montaigne by Alain Ducasse and François Delahaye
Born in Nancy, in 1970, pastry chef Angelo Musa graduated from Metz Hospitality School. Winner of the French Cup (2001), he won the World Pastry Cup in 2003. He learnt the ropes at Pâtisserie Bourguignon in Metz then at Relais Desserts Oberweis, Luxembourg, before joining Le Palais du Chocolat, with Pascal Caffet, in Troyes. In 2007, he was awarded the prestigious title One of the Best Craftsmen in France (Meilleur Ouvrier de France - MOF). In March 2008, he created consultancy firm Papilio Conseil which enabled him, amongst other projects, to establish the Pâtisserie des Rêves de Thierry Tessier & Philippe Conticini in Paris’s 7th and 16th districts and, today, to be named executive chef at the Plaza Athénée hotel.