Malaysia’s The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort appoints F&B director, executive chef

The property hired Quinn Pu and Stefano Micocci as their new epicurean authorities

Quinn Pu and Stefano Micocci
Quinn Pu and Stefano Micocci

The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort, Langkawi has appointed two epicurean authorities — Quinn Pu and Stefano Micocci. 


Quinn Pu, a Chinese national, was appointed as the new Director of Food and Beverage. Pu, who has more than 15 years of experience will be oversee and lead the whole F&B department within the resort.


Pu has worked with several properties in the United States, Ireland and various locations in China before being appointed to open The Ritz-Carlton in Jiuzhaigou, China in 2017. There he was in-charge of leading the pre-opening F&B team in the mountain resort.

Stefano Micocci, the property’s new executive chef has more than 20 years of culinary experience. He started his culinary journey around various regions of Italy before venturing to the Middle East and subsequently to Malaysia.

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