Wed, 2 March 2016

Mvenpick Siam Hotel Pattaya Appoints Asker Skaarup Bay as Executive Chef

Asker Skaarup Bay has been appointed as Executive Chef of Mvenpick Siam Hotel Pattaya.

Danish national Skaarup Bay has tantalised the most refined palates at famed restaurant and hotels such as Quo Vadis restaurant in London; Restaurant Mosaic at The Westin Sydney; Jumeirah Beach Hotel Dubai and The Leela Hotel and Resort Goa.

In Thailand he has had Executive Chef assignments at Shangri-La Hotel in Bangkok, Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas at Krabi, the outstanding Pimalai Resort and Spa on Kan Tiang Beach on Koh Lanta and The Village Coconut Island in Phuket.

Before joining Mvenpick he was Executive Chef at Radisson Blu Plaza in Bangkok

"Chef Asker is a great team leader who has worked extensively in five-star hotels globally for over two-decade," said Andrew Langdon, Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts Senior Vice President Asia. "He has a great knowledge of Thailand and its cuisine, as you would expect from someone who has been an Executive Chef at some of the best hotels in Thailand and around the region."

Chef Asker will oversee four restaurants and bars including Twist, an all-day dining venue, T55, a grill room with great steaks inspired by New York's Meatpacking District, the pool bar and a lobby lounge.

"It's a great privilege to be chosen to shape the dining experience from the start at a new world-class hotel," said Skaarup Bay. "We are the first real five star experience at Na Jomtien, which is a lovely beach, a stone's throw from Ocean Marina and the yachting and sailing community."

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