JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove & Spa appoints Mohammad Hai as Pastry Chef

Chef Hai brings 14 years of experience in pastry and baking, amongst other culinary departments

JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove & Spa has appointed Chef Mohammad Hai as its new Pastry Chef. With over 14 years of experience in pastry and baking, amongst other culinary departments, he brings an arsenal of skills to the hotel’s baking block.

His experience has taken him around the world, from Dubai at Atlantis, The Palm to Renaissance in Kuala Lumpur, from Parky Hyatt in Abu Dhabi to the Hyatt Regency in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. He has held reputed positions at The Zuri White Sands Goa, Grand Hyatt Goa and the Hilton Embassy Golf Link in Bengaluru. His most recent endeavour was at The Meridian Club Relais & Châteaux, a private island resort located in the crystal-clear waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands. 

Whether it is French pastry or 3D wedding cakes or tempering chocolate, Chef Hai learns something new with every creation. He prides himself on leading by learning, having an enterprising attitude that motivates his peers and other up and coming pastry prodigies. He even categorizes training and helping his subordinates to become strong bakers and pastry chefs, as one of his greatest achievements. 

“A chef is a multifaceted individual, where thoughts, actions, skills, learnings and concepts all work in cohesion to create a kind of magic that every person will enjoy and remember you by. That’s what I hope to achieve at JW Marriott — to make the best memories through the unique art of baking and pastry,” said Mohammad Hai, Pastry Chef, JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove & Spa.

At JW Marriott Mussoorie he hopes to continue his legacy with unique sweet delights and indulgences that will leave guests spoilt for choice. He believes that there is a unique beauty in creating magnificent things from simple beginnings.


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