Although things in Malta’s restaurant scene have not been particularly rosy since, it is only a few weeks since the island received its highest culinary honour yet – three Michelin stars. Here Jo Caruana speaks to the chefs behind these trailblazing restaurants.
This year’s edition of the Special Thanks And Recognition (STAR) Awards presentation ceremony took place on Thursday 27th February at the Westin Dragonara Resort, St Julian’s. Organised for the fifteenth consecutive year by the Malta Tourism Authority, this annual event recognises exceptional service and hospitality by the people who work in the tourism industry.
Crisis Management: Preparing Your Hotel for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Crisis Management is a critical component of any successful digital strategy. During times of crisis, hotels need to thoughtfully and swiftly develop a prevention plan, communicate to employees and guests, and make critical shifts to revenue management and digital strategies to ensure success.
One of the benefits of working in the hospitality industry is that you can work anywhere in the world. Food has always been a passion of mine, and I always wanted to cook, so naturally and logically, I wanted to one day become a chef. Achieving the title of a chef is not easy - it takes years of dedication, sacrifice, respect, loyalty, mental and physical strength, practice, hard work and knowledge.