Park Hyatt Dubai reveals new executive chef

German national Alex Moser brings 19 years’ experience to the table

Alex Moser culinary career has taken him worlwide
Alex Moser culinary career has taken him worlwide

Park Hyatt Dubai has welcomed Alex Moser, who moved to Dubai in 2003,  as the property’s executive chef. Moser joins Park Hyatt Dubai with more than 19 years’ experience at different Hyatt properties around the world.

Moser’s  journey began in 1999 as a kitchen apprentice at Grand Hyatt Berlin, where he learned the foundations of culinary art. He relocated to Dubai in 2003 and worked at Hyatt properties such as Grand Hyatt Dubai, Park Hyatt Dubai and Hyatt Regency Dubai.

In 2008, he further developed his skills in Russia, first as executive sous chef at Hyatt Regency Ekaterinburg, followed by his position as executive chef at Hyatt Regency Vladivostok and Hyatt Burny Point. In 2014, he worked at Hyatt Regency Istanbul Atakoy, where he joined the pre-opening team as executive chef.  

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In his most recent position at Andaz Delhi, Moser supervised the food and beverage across 401 rooms and four food and beverage outlets, where he developed menus.

In his present role, Moser will lead all food and beverage activities across the hotel’s five dining concepts, banquet kitchen and in-room dining.

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