Hyderabad: Mahesh Padala, Executive Chef at The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace has been granted with the ‘Award of Culinary Excellence’ (ACE) by Marriott International for his distinguished excellence, relentless dedication and never-ending passion for the culinary arts. Marriott International initiated the ‘Award of Culinary Excellence’ in order to felicitate the company’s finest associates and honour it’s chefs for their extraordinary work and on-going contribution to the culinary world.
Chef Mahesh has a diverse exposure in the culinary world owing to his career as a continental chef. His expertise lies in cooking European, Thai, South Indian and North Indian cuisines. Chef Mahesh possesses a simplistic and authentic cooking style that he derived from none other than his grandmother. Over the years, he has mastered the art of blending traditional herbs and spices to breed bold and distinct flavors into his food preparations and is well recognized in Hyderabad for his conviction to maintain simplicity in creating his culinary masterpieces even today. He recently turned over the tables as he helmed the success of the newly launched ‘Super Saturday Brunch’.
On this special occasion, Mr. Parag Sawhney, General Manager, The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace said “Our team is extremely proud of the win. Chef Mahesh is an inspiration to all as he tirelessly exhibits unparalleled passion for great food and true culinary leadership.”
Upon receiving the award, Chef Mahesh said, “An ACE winner is not just about being a good chef with solid cooking or great managerial skills. Like any good dish, it is requires a perfect blend of all ingredients. I am truly honoured to be bestowed with this award and I thank my entire team for supporting me always.”
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