The St. Regis Langkawi is delighted to announce the appointment of Mandy Goh as the new Executive Chef.
Mandy Goh who hails from the island of Penang has not only won many hearts with her talents but bagged many prestigious culinary awards under her belt. She joins The St. Regis Langkawi from her prior roles as the Chef de-cuisine of Shanghai’s Fifty 8° Grill Restaurant by Michelin-starred Chef Richard Ekkebus, The Manor at The St. Regis Macao and Michelin-starred Restaurant Guy Savoy.
Young, talented and passionate, this petite lass was just 21 when she competed in the all-female Malaysian national team for the Bocuse D’or Asia and took home gold – a first time for an all-female team to win this highly competitive culinary competition.
In her new capacity, Chef Mandy will oversee the operations of brasserie L’Orangerie, over-water restaurant Kayuputi, and the Gourmand Deli, amongst others at The St. Regis Langkawi. She will showcase her creativity to design innovative new menus for each restaurant with a priority to tell stories behind the creations and efforts by the team, paying close attention to food presentation and highest quality of ingredients.
“I’d like guests to feel the soul of the culinary team for every dish they put forward, delivering only their best. This will leave a lasting memory in the minds of guests,” said Chef Mandy, setting the stage for her kitchen brigade. “I’m excited about this new role with the finest luxury resort on the island and am honored to be a part of this stellar team.”
The St. Regis Langkawi features 85 luxuriously appointed suites and four private over-water villas elegantly designed to infuse both European, Middle Eastern and Asian influences with unobstructed views of the sea, spectacular sunset and tropical rainforest, from spacious terraces.
Langkawi, the ‘Jewel of Kedah’ was officially declared the Langkawi archipelago in 2007 by UNESCO, endorsing all 99 islands for it natural beauty, ecological harmony and archaeological, geological and cultural significance, officially calling it the UNESCO Global Geopark. This centuries-old historic heritage is where you will discover miles of sandy beaches and stunning sunsets, abundant rainforest with the wonders of its flora and fauna, and a vibrant culture of legends, myths and traditions. This is where geological wonder and legend meet.
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