Fidiyanto joins culinary team at Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah


Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah’s south-east Asian restaurant, Lao, has welcomed a brand new chef de delicacies, Bayu Fidiyanto, from Surabaya on the island of Java, Indonesia.

Rounding out the present flavour-packed menu of probably the most well-known dishes from Vietnam and Thailand, chef Bayu will convey his favourites from the 17,000 culturally various islands that make up his dwelling nation.

Growing up because the eldest sibling, Bayu first turned inquisitive about cooking whereas serving to his mom put together meals for the household.

After successful an elementary faculty cooking competitors along with his Nasi Goreng, he knew being a chef was his calling.

He studied hospitality and tourism and rose by means of the culinary ranks of working in a chilly kitchen, butchery, essential kitchen after which worldwide kitchens.

His most up-to-date roles as chef de delicacies at numerous Asian eating places within the Middle East has ready him for this subsequent chapter in his profession.

Diners can look ahead to chef Bayu creations with all recent substances and ready within the conventional approach, reminiscent of his slow-cooked Beef Randang layered with fragrant spices giving the dish unbelievable depth of flavour.

To rejoice the enlargement of Lao’s menu to incorporate Indonesian classics, the restaurant is providing the Indonesian Expedition promotion by means of the top of November.



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