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Top DWTC restaurant names head chef and restaurant manager

DUBAI, April 5, 2024

Twine, the renowned dining destination located in Dubai World Trade Centre, has appointed a head chef and restaurant manager as part of the latest additions to its team.

While Maya Ghanem is the new Restaurant Manager, Mevish Appadoo has taken the position of Head Chef.

Inspired by the cultures and stories of Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, and beyond, Twine said it reimagines Mediterranean cuisine by adding a creative twist, and with Maya and Chef Mevish joining its team, the restaurant promises an unforgettable dining experience for all discerning diners. 

Ghanem brings over 14 years of experience in the F&B industry to her role. She has a diverse portfolio spanning a myriad of successful projects in Lebanon, to her credit.

She has built a solid foundation in strategic marketing, which has helped her further excel in her food and beverage endeavours. Initially starting her career as a waitress, Maya has steadily climbed the ranks to become one of Lebanon's leading F&B consultants, managing successful projects for various F&B and hospitality brands and collaborating with award-winning chefs.

Her experience extends internationally, having served as the Assistant Operations Manager at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai before joining Twine. In every role she has undertaken, her contributions to design, ambience, concept development, culinary excellence, and service speak volumes about her impact.

Head Chef Appadoo is the culinary artisan who hails from Mauritius, a picturesque island on the Indian Ocean. He brings a rich tapestry of influences and 13 years of experience to the Twine kitchen.

Chef Appadoo’s culinary voyage began with an eight-year stint at various heritage resorts in Mauritius, mastering a range of cuisines including European, Indian, and Italian.

Over the years, he has developed his skills and creative sense in culinary arts, working in prestigious establishments and under the guidance of Michelin-starred chefs in his home country and the UAE.

Prior to his current role, he held the position of Acting Head Chef at Go Han (Rikas Group) in Emirates Tower Dubai, where his exceptional talents helped the restaurant earn the title of "Favourite Japanese Restaurant" at the What’s On Awards in 2022 and the Gault&Millau Award in 2022 and 2023. – TradeArabia News Service

 




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