A Word From Andrew Mcgie, Director Of Restaurants And Bars

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Andrew has worked across International borders, in some of the most renowned kitchens in the luxury industry. From catering to Richard Branson’s guests on Necker Island to Head Chef at the 7* Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, Andrew has more than a few tricks up his sleeve.

Immersing himself amongst diverse cultures and cuisines, Andrew has perfected his culinary skills and developed his global etiquette. His keen eye for premium product selection and flawless memory for recalling even the most intricate of recipes, positions him as the very best man for the Director of Restaurants and Bars at the soon-to-open InterContinental Perth City Centre.

The hotel looks to deliver discreet luxury in the vibrant heart of Perth, and will open 4 very different, very colourful venues to the public between September and November. Andrew has been crafting complex menus, visiting suppliers in Mt Barker and the greater South West to source the very best produce there is to ensure that patrons at Ascua, Heno & Rey, Graffiti and The Loft Lounge are left wanting more.

The promise that InterContinental Hotels make to their guests is the delivery of global etiquette set amongst discreet luxury, complemented by personalised service. With his worldly knowledge of food and culture, passion for produce to plate and personal charm – Andrew McGie is set to be a premier chef in Perth.

Find out more about dining at InterContinental Perth City Centre

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