World-renowned Chef Peter Lloyd, from the award-winning Sticky Mango Restaurant in London, returns to JW Marriott Marquis City Center Doha, to kick-off his new menu at the hotel’s signature Pan-Asian restaurant, Shanghai Club. Diners can savor the epicurean flair of Shanghai Club’s mastermind menu, created in collaboration between Chef Peter Lloyd and the restaurant’s culinary team. In addition, from May 10, guests can book in to revel in delicious dining experiences of authentic South-East Asian favorites, hosted by Chef Peter Lloyd himself.
Chef Lloyd’s career spans over 30 years, during which time he has undertaken prestigious roles within the food industry, including senior positions in some of London’s most glamorous kitchens. Most notably, one of his outstanding accolades is being appointed by world-renowned 2 Michelin star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten as the Executive Chef to fellow Marriott International restaurant, Spice Market at the W London, Leicester Square.
Chef Lloyd returns to Doha to launch a brand-new menu that draws on Pan-Asian cuisine with influences that cross from China to Vietnam, Thailand to Indonesia and everywhere in between, Chef Lloyd will re-introduce this diverse region to Doha’s diners through an eclectic mix of traditional cooking methods with modern presentation.
Guests will be able to experience an explosion of flavors from Chef Lloyd, who has thoughtfully curated a menu to ignite all taste buds, whilst diners soak up the stunning panoramic views of Doha from Shanghai Club’s sleek and stylish 43rd floor location.
“We are honored to work with Chef Peter Lloyd to officially launch our new menu at Shanghai Club. Our partnership enables us to renew and re-invent the limitless possibilities of Pan-Asian dining through Chef Peter’s expertise. His new additions and innovations to the menu offers a new world of flavors for our diners at Shanghai Club.” – Commented Anastasios Michaloudis, Director of Food & Beverage at JW Marriott Marquis City Center Doha.
Chef Lloyd has appeared in numerous TV shows including BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and Celebrity MasterChef and ITV’s James Martin Saturday Morning. He regularly travels abroad to enhance and develop new styles of cooking, where his gained knowledge is then translated into mouthwatering dishes that display the most authentic assortment of South-East Asian food.