Brett Muller Appointed Executive Chef at Le Méridien Maldives Resort & Spa
Le Méridien Maldives Resort & Spa has appointed Brett Muller as the resort’s Executive Chef. Muller brings in over 20-years of experience in the hospitality industry within Asia Pacific.
Originally from Brisbane, Australia, Muller’s career started as a commis pastry chef at the Sheraton Brisbane Hotels & Towers. From there, his career has taken him to all corners of Asia Pacific including Australia, Guam, Philippines, South Korea, China, and most recently Malaysia.
Throughout his career, Muller has displayed his culinary flair as a chef to some of the world’s most renowned faces in entertainment including Chris Hemsworth, Katy Perry, Metallica; Danish and Malaysian royalty, Australian prime ministers, Barack Obama, and had the opportunity cook alongside Gordon Ramsay.
Muller says: “I have found something I’m passionate about and it’s an incredible privilege to fulfil it. The opportunity to lead and develop the culinary experience for Le Méridien Maldives Resort & Spa as one of the Maldives’ newest resorts is one that I could not let pass me. Maldives is an exciting destination with a diverse mix of clientele; I’m looking forward to testing my skills and steering the resort’s culinary offering into the future.”
Muller will be responsible for overseeing and leading the culinary direction for the resort’s six restaurants and bars that includes Tabemasu, Riviera, Velaa Bar + Grill, Latitude, Waves Café and Turquoise. He will also bring to life Le Meridien’s distinct culinary programmes that have been especially designed to celebrate the culture of savouring the good life. Signature programmes include “Au Soleil” a weekly culinary pop-up that encourages a summer state of mind with an activation at “Golden Hour”, the magical hour at the end of a day under the sun where guests will enjoy European-inspired petit plates, specially designed rosé cocktails and Le Scoop by Le Méridien handcrafted gelato or sorbet, set against a soundtrack of live music and waves lapping at the shore.