Robert Sulatycky


Photo: Ment’or Culinary Council

Chef Robert Sulatycky has a long history with the Bocuse d’Or. Representing Canada in 1999, he placed fourth and was awarded the “Prix Viande,” or best meat prize. He has since mentored both Canadian and American chef candidates and was honored to be a member of the international jury for the 2007 and 2013 editions of the competition. Chef Sulatycky has helmed the kitchens of the Four Seasons hotels in Toronto and Chicago. He also simultaneously led the teams at the Beverly Hills Hotel and Hotel Bel Air, where he had the pleasure of cooking for Hollywood stars.

“Once you’ve introduced the guest to the dish from a taste and an aromatic point of view, there is no doubt that they will have a much more heightened and enjoyable experience.”

– Robert Sulatycky, Head Coach,  Bocuse D’Or Team USA

Chef Sulatycky is once again working with the Four Seasons group, developing a restaurant and dining concept for the new Four Seasons Private Residences in Los Angeles, California. Chef Sulatycky’s passion for wine has also taken him to Napa, California, where he is the managing director of Mithra Winery. Mithra, a small production boutique winery located on Mount Veeder, has a reputation for producing exceptional cabernet sauvignons.Chef Sulatycky is the president and co-founder of iQKitchen Inc., a technology company that has developed simple and intuitive app-based solutions to many of the basic challenges that chefs face in the kitchen. He also served as Assistant Coach for Bocuse d’Or Team USA 2017, who won the first-ever gold medal for the United States.



Language of Aroma unites 19 leading experts and iconic brands around one powerful detail: Aroma. Join the conversation with a Master Sommelier, Bocuse d’Or team coach, Michelin-star Chef, winemaker, and academics from Brown, UC Irvine, and UBC.  Blend in scent-branding experts, artists, Microsoft Design, TEALEAVES, and language creators from Game of Thrones, Pantone, and musicology.  Share their experience – to bring about an appreciation and understanding for the detail of Aroma and its impact on the human condition.  What are the disparate ways in which Aroma can be expressed and understood? How can we communicate aroma in an inclusive way? Watch the sequel to #ColorInSight:  #LanguageOfAroma