‘Below Deck Med’: Chef Kiko Thought Fans Would Hate Him


Chef Hindrigo “Kiko” Lorran from Below Mediterranean Deck He admitted that he believed viewers were going to hate him despite the hashtags “Justice for Kiko” that went viral when he appeared on Watch what happens live with Andy Cohen.

Hindrigo "Kiko" Lorran
Hindrigo “Kiko” Lorran | Karolina Wojtasik / Bravo

Lorran said he was happy to hear about how fans were rooting for him. “And I thought what happened, I thought people would hate me,” he admitted. “Or say something like, it’s not good. Or how could you hire this chef? ”

“I was very scared,” he said. “And then from now on people started sending me messages, like I couldn’t even reply because it was too much. And say you’re really good. Then my mood went so high I couldn’t explain it. I just want to thank you because the people made my year. ”

Chef Kiko felt ready for the job

“Before Wellington, I was working on 44 meters [yacht], ”He said. “We had eight up to 10 guests and 13 teams. And I was cooking for about five months already on this boat and everything was really good. Everyone loved the food. And everyone loved my job. “

“So I felt like I was really ready,” he said. “But then I went into the yacht. I think the biggest mistake I made was worrying about what people would think of me. About my work. And then I became anxious and started losing my mind. ”

He said he would prefer to work with someone like Lorran over Checketts. “I’m not a big fan of temper tantrums,” Rosbach said. “I don’t deal with that well. So I’m more interested in someone who can go with the flow and change and still get the job done. Just going with the flow. There is only so much you can do with what you have to work with. ”Lorran sat down with a look of delight and delight.