Shangri-La Hotel Doha welcomes executive chef

Jean-Luc Morcellet joins Shangri-La Hotel, Doha as executive chef

Shangri-La Hotel, Doha executive chef Jean-Luc Morcellet.
Shangri-La Hotel, Doha executive chef Jean-Luc Morcellet.

Shangri-La Hotel Doha has welcomed Chef Jean-Luc Morcellet onboard as its new executive chef.

Originally from France, Mocellet has over 20 years of international experience, having led culinary teams at The Dorchester and The Savoy in London. Before joining Shangri-La, Morcellet was previously executive chef at The St. Regis Doha and spent 10 years in Dubai working with Grosvenor House, West Marina Beach and The Palace – Downtown, Dubai.

Shangri-La Hotel, Doha general manager Alex Willat said in a statement: “With a constant passion to merge creativity and innovation with culinary excellence, Chef Jean-Luc Morcellet is bringing exciting flavors and ideas to Shangri-La Hotel Doha. We are delighted to welcome him on board, and look forward to offering our guests the ultimate gourmet experience.”

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“I am thrilled for this exciting new chapter in my career and I’m eager to utilise my past experiences in order to bring excellence to Doha’s elite dining scene,” Morcellet remarked.

Shangri-La Hotel, Doha is owned by Al Rayan Tourism Investment Company (ARTIC), the international hospitality subsidiary of Al Faisal Holding Company, headed by His Excellency Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al Thani.

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