Maltese food going into the oven.Maltese food going into the oven.

Five diploma students currently on internship at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales organised a Maltese day, including typical Maltese dishes, for 300 of their colleagues.

The Celtic Manor Resort culinary department has entered into a collaboration with ITS Malta and welcomed their first interns in June 2017 for a one-year placement. During this time the students have been exposed to seven kitchens throughout the resort, gaining valuable experience in different cuisines and restaurants.

During a visit to Malta, executive head chef at the Celtic Manor Resort, Michael Bates, said: “As part of the placement, we decided to challenge the students with a Maltese Day – appointing a head chef for the day, with the other students doing different sections. They were all involved in the planning, ordering, recipes and delivery of the day. It was a huge success, and enjoyed by all 350 internal guests attending the lunch. Everyone was very complimentary of the food.”

ITS chief executive officer Pierre Fenech said he was very happy to hear that the students were doing well during their placement and that even more students would be undertaking their internship at the Celtic Manor Resort, not only in the culinary department but also in the servive department.


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