Dubai's Steigenberger Hotel appoints executive chef

Patrick Trisch will be responsible for culinary operations and concepts at five dining venues

 Steigenberger Hotel appoints executive chef
Steigenberger Hotel appoints executive chef

Steigenberger Hotel Business Bay has appointed Patrick Trisch as its executive chef.

The German chef with 17 years’ experience in international cuisine, has worked in hotels across Europe, Middle East, Australia, China and the UAE. 

In charge of all culinary operations and concepts, overseeing five dining venues and banquets, Trisch will be focusing on key projects such as the implementation of the Green Meetings by Steigenberger following a sustainable approach of the banquet offerings, the creation of menus in line and the promotion of German cuisine.

His career began as commis chef at Madinat Jumeirah C&I in 2006, continued as sous chef for Hyatt Hotels in Doha and Australia, returned to UAE in 2013 as assistant executive chef for Jones The Grocer and promoted to executive chef the following year, responsible for 10 stores in the region. After a year spent in Shanghai to develop and launch a healthy food delivery platform in 2016, he joined Emirates Flight Catering as executive sous chef responsible of first and business class lounges and a brigade of 280 staff.

Commenting on the appointment, Patrick Trisch said: “I’m very excited to join the Steigenberger Team. Being a German Chef, I am extremely proud of representing a luxury German brand synonym of excellent hospitality and amazing food in the UAE.”

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