Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel & Residences Emirates Pearl hosts Michelin starred restaurant chef

The property’s Italian restaurant, Verso will host chef Andrea Monesi

The Italian guest chef will be in the residence from November 23 to 29, 2019 as part of the restaurant’s Taste masters series
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The Italian guest chef will be in the residence from November 23 to 29, 2019 as part of the restaurant’s Taste masters series

Michelin-starred restaurant chef, Andrea Monesi will be in residence at Verso, the trattoria at Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel & Residences Emirates Pearl.

The Italian guest chef will be at the property from November 23 to 29, 2019 as part of the restaurant’s Taste masters series. 
 
Speaking about it Monesi said: “I am excited to come to Verso and allow diners to experience the way I like truffles to be served. I hope it will be a pleasant revelation for their taste-buds.”

Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel’s GM, Julien Gonzalvez said: “We feel privileged to be able to host chef Monesi at Verso, and with his impressive background and creativity we are confident that our diners will be pleased by the experience.”

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