Chef Noah Sandoval has won 3 Michelin stars (one in Senza, two in Oriole) and four stars in the Chicago Tribune for Oriole. He has also been included in the 2017 list of "Best new chefs" of Food & Wine magazine.
Sandoval moved to Chicago to work for Marcus Samuelsson at C-House, and then as second chef at Shawn McClain's Spring and Michael Carson's Schwa. Looking for a change of life, Sandoval later directed the gluten-free diurnal menu in Senza.
Later, Sandoval opened his own restaurant with the help of his wife, Cara Sandoval. Oriole was inaugurated in March 2016 in a hidden alley on the West Loop neighborhood. National recognition continued, and based on that success, Sandoval will open a omakase bar, Kumiko. Now he will be part of the campaign with the creation of an exclusive recipe.