What’s the philosophy behind your creations?
One must never forget that cooking is an art form and akin to all art, simplicity is what comes closest to perfection. I therefore strive to find innovative ways to create a wow factor for our guests.
What's your goal for every dish you cook?
To please my guests with a surprise of flavours.
Most influential chef?
Most difficult aspect of cooking?
To manage your timing perfectly.
Your biggest mistake as a brand new chef?
Underestimating the pressure waiting for me.
Three words that describe your cooking?
Clean, tasteful, harmonic.
What music do you listen to while cooking?
What's your favourite wine?
Difficult question but Château Rothschild.
What do you do when not busy cooking?
Serving as a volunteer for a rescue foundation.
What would you be if you weren't a chef?
Prior to his appointment at Amari Watergate, Maus held the title of Executive Chef for prestigious hotel chains in Thailand and Vietnam since 2009. In total, he has almost 20 years of experience in the hospitality and gastronomy industries, including Italian, Chinese and Thai, and managed team members from all over the world, bringing a wealth of international experience to Amari Watergate.
“It is a great privilege to take this position,” said Maus. “Amari Watergate is a recognised address on Bangkok’s dining scene for its excellent venues offering a unique approach to world cuisine and interior design. I am looking forward to maintaining the quality of service and cooking that guests already know and love, as well as guiding the team to reach new goals of passion and creativity in their work.”