Rodolfo Cuadros



As a young boy, Chef Rodolfo Cuadros would slip on an apron and pull up a stool to help his mother and aunts in the kitchen. Little did anyone know that time spent in his boyhood kitchen in Cali, Colombia would inspire Rodolfo to become the accomplished chef.

When his family returned to the United States and settled in New Jersey he was twelve years old, he got his first job in a professional kitchen as a dishwasher.  Opportunity struck a year later in the form of a no-show cook.  Chef Cuadros volunteered to step in and the rest is history.

Chef Cuadros holds a Culinary Arts degree from Johnson and Wales University. He has had the privilege of working with and learning from Chefs Douglas Rodriguez, Rick Gonzalez, David Burke and Richard Sandoval in London, Philadelphia, New York, and Miami. His travels through South America, Europe, Southeast Asia and the Caribbean have inspired and influenced his culinary style but Latin food will always be his greatest passion. It is that passion, experience and attention to details that he brings to Carnivale, Chicago.

Millennium Park   |   Sept 26 - 30