Rosewood London has announced the appointment of Martin Cahill as executive chef.
Cahill will oversee the luxury hotel’s kitchens and restaurants including the popular Scarfes Bar and elegant Mirror Room.
The chef has had a global career in hospitality, having worked in numerous high profile and luxury hotels across the Americas, Asia and Middle East. Cahil boasts 10 years experience with Mandarin Oriental in Asia, where he joined as part of the reopening team, and in Taipei, where he worked as executive chef.
Most recently at DUKES Hotel in Dubai, Cahil was responsible for the smooth running of the operations, managing nine F&B outlets and leading a team of 65. As part of the pre-opening team, he also successfully participated in launching the first DUKES Hotel in the UAE.
In his new position, he will be responsible for overseeing and managing the kitchens’ daily operations, and ensuring culinary excellence at all time.
He said: “I am delighted to be joining Rosewood London, as I make a return to the UK’s hospitality industry. I believe it is one of London’s most stunning hotels, and I look forward to bringing my knowledge and experience to enhance its culinary offering. Rosewood London has such a vibrant and dynamic kitchen team, and it will be a pleasure to work alongside them.”
Cahil takes over from Amandine Chaignot, who – after three years at Rosewood London – has taken the decision to leave her position. Under Amandine’s creative direction, Rosewood London has seen great successes in its culinary scene. Michael Bonsor and his team are thankful for her time and dedication, and look forward to welcoming Martin to the team.