Andreas Döllerer – a short résumé
1979 was a good year for Austrian wines – and for Austrian chefs. Andreas Döllerer was born in April 1979 in the Salzburg region. He was brought up in the family business, went to school in Golling and graduated from the college of hotel management in Bad Hofgastein.
He then completed his year of military service and spent some time travelling and completing placements in Austria and abroad. A year spent in the kitchens of Dieter Müller completed his ‘basic training’ and he has never stopped building on this ever since
Since 2004, Andreas Döllerer has been working as a chef for his own business, perfecting and developing his ‘Cuisine Alpine’. He is a real creative star among Austrian chefs and in 2007 was named as up-and-coming chef of the year. In 2008, he received the ‘Tropheé Gourmet’ for creative cuisine. His restaurant in Golling has been awarded 18 Gault Millau points, making it one of the top 10 in Austria.
On 14 September 2010 Andreas Döllerer was named Chef of the Year by Gault Millau under the patronage of Agrana.