Chef Alican Saygı after completing his high school education at Lycée Saint-Benoit, went to France and studied Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management in Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, and Hotel and Restaurant Management in Ecole Hoteliere d'Avignon in Avignon. He started his career in Le Sud (Paul Bocuse) and continued in two Michelin starred restaurant “Le Pavillon de la Rotonde” in Lyon. In 2009 he moved back to Lyon as a chef de partie in another Michelin starred restaurant “Chateau de Bagnols” after working at Alain Ducasse's restaurant Le "58" Tour Eiffel in Paris. In 2012, he moved to Taiwan and worked as "Chef de Cuisine" in Longtable in Taipei. He continued on his journey in Asia and started to work as a chef de partie at Restaurant André which was ranked as 14th on the 50 best restaurants list with two Michelin stars. Returning to Turkey in 2014, Saygı worked as "Chef de Cuisine" in various prestigious restaurants and successfully completed Le Cordon Bleu Chef tests in 2017 and joined Le Cordon Bleu Istanbul team as Chef-Instructor.