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Executive chef Mathias Gervais runs all of the kitchens at The Setai. Gervais joined the hotel in 2012. He directs a team of Asian chefs, each one specialized in his or her own native cuisine, to execute the menu based around five cooking methods: the wok, the steam, the tandoor oven, the curries and the rotisserie and grill. The menu's Western dishes bring a bit of broader appeal. The chef, who previously worked at the Hôtel Metropole in Monte Carlo and L’Enoteca Pincchiorri in Italy, focuses on seasonal ingredients also, using the best to create a changing three-course menu that’s one of the best deals in the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star restaurant.