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10/25/2023

Giampaolo Nundini, leading member of Italian culinary community, dies at 74.

Today, the Houston culinary community mourns the loss of one of its brightest and most beloved figures. Giampaolo Nundini, who was among the first to bring authentic Italian food to Houston, has died at 74.

Ever proud of his Livorno roots, Giampaolo was a pioneer in introducing Italian food products to Houston and Texas.

Starting in the 1980s, long before authentic Italian cookery became popular in this country, he began distributing Italian food products and ultimately opened his popular restaurant, Nundini Chef’s Table, on North Shepherd.

He died last Saturday, a few days after he was involved in a automobile accident on his way home from the restaurant.

He was a longtime member of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce and an integral part of the Italian community here in Houston thanks to his outgoing personality.

He was an excellent chef, devoted to his work and family. He will be sorely missed.

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