Executive Chef Robert Sisca is one of New England’s true culinary talents. Chef Sisca has a profound appreciation and passion for combining ingredient-driven cuisine with the refined and classic techniques that he has honed at some of the country’s most exclusive culinary destinations.
Chef Sisca worked at the historic One if by Land, Two if by Sea in New York City prior to becoming Sous Chef at the renowned Le Bernardin. During his tenure, Le Bernardin earned the coveted Michelin Three Star award and four stars from the New York Times. After working with Rhode Island based G Hospitality restaurant group and launching Garde East on Martha’s Vineyard to local and national acclaim, Chef Sisca has returned to Bistro du Midi. Chef Sisca opened Bistro du Midi in 2009 and is proud to return to the kitchen where he earned his initial accolades for epicurean excellence. Chef Sisca is a two-time nominee for Food & Wine magazine’s “Best New Chef” (2011 and 2012), has been invited to cook at the James Beard House on numerous occasions and received a three star review from The Boston Globe as well as an “A” rating from The Boston Herald.
Through the years Bistro du Midi has been a perennial ‘best of’ destination overlooking Boston Public Gardens. With Chef Sisca back at the helm, Bistro du Midi evolves from serving Provencal French cuisine to French cuisine inspired by coastal New England and worldly flavors. Chef Sisca lets carefully conceived dishes speak for themselves, as the freshest locally sourced ingredients take center stage. Chef Sisca artfully combines finesse and approachability to satisfy various appetites on any given occasion. In particular, his raw bar, crudo and seafood selections surprise and delight the senses.
Chef Sisca is a graduate of Johnson & Wales. When he is not in the kitchen, Chef Sisca and his wife Bree are raising their twin boys – Hunter and Jameson. Chef Sisca is also an avid outdoorsman, and particularly enjoys fishing and carrying on the hunting traditions that he started with his father when he was a young boy.