Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah appoints executive chef

Chef Nicolas De Visch experience spans the globe, including being part of the pre-opening team for Burj Al Arab’s seafood restaurant Al Mahar

Chef Nicolas De Visch
Chef Nicolas De Visch

The Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah has appointed Belgium national Nicolas De Visch to executive chef.

De Visch brings with him more than 28 years of experience across France, Scotland, Dubai and the Philippines to South Korea and Mauritius.

Previously, he held a number of senior positions at restaurants and hotels around the world including the St Regis Mauritius, the Intercontinental Fiji, the W Hotel Taipei, Taiwan and The Peninsula Manila, Philippines. He was also part of the pre-opening team for Burj Al Arab’s seafood restaurant Al Mahara in 2000.

In his new role at Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah, De Visch will oversee all the food and beverage activity for the hotel including the restaurants - Lexington Grill and Umi.

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