With over 16 years’ experience at several of South Africa’s finest hotels, locally renowned chef Hatton-Jones has received numerous accolades for his signature cuisine, including receiving top honours for the fine dining category at the 2010 Durban Prawn Festival competition. Currently, he is the executive chef at InterContinental Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Airport, as well as the president of the South African Chefs Association (SACA) and chairman of the SACA Gauteng Committee.
“Food is an essential part of travelling, which is why our partnerships with some of the world’s best chefs reinforce our commitment to providing an unforgettable experience,” said Phil Broad, Vice President of Food and Beverage, Asia, Middle East and Africa forInterContinental Hotels Group (IHG).
In Vietnam, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort hosts La Maison 1888,InterContinental’s latest gastronomic restaurant run by legendary three-Michelin-starred chef, Michel Roux. Chef Roux holds the distinction of having trained several world-renowned chefs such as Gordon Ramsay (three Michelin stars), Pierre Koffmann (three Michelin stars) and Luke Mangan (three hats), among many others.
Not to be outdone, InterContinental London Park Lane has partnered with critically acclaimed chef Theo Randall to develop his signature restaurant, Theo Randall at The InterContinental. The award-winning restaurant, which continues to receive rave reviews, plates up rustic Italian dishes with seasonal ingredients.
At InterContinental restaurants across the globe, every member of the team is committed to delivering an authentic and enriching dining experience to each guest, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner.