Hamid was born in 1974 in Sidi Yahya El Gharb. A native of Kenitra, he lived in Morocco until the age of 14, before moving to France. At first, nothing predestined him to become a chef. In fact, he was a precision mechanic, then he did his military service in the high mountains.But Hamid has always had a passion for cooking and gastronomy. A self-taught chef, the young man put hard work in to make a living from his passion, and over the years, he has been able to open his restaurant in Toulouse. Today, with this award, he has just signed the start of his professional career in the culinary world.
Moroccan chef Hamid Miss won the coveted gastronomic prize: Best Couscous in France.
Among the 109 candidates from France, it is a Moroccan named Hamid Miss from “La Pente Douce restaurant” in Toulouse, who won the best couscous in France prize. “I was surprised to have been selected among the 109 candidates from all over France in the top five. I was even more so when I knew I had won. I am especially happy to have given this award,” Hamid said.