Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel Hires G. Manivannan as Pastry Chef
Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel Hires G. Manivannan as Pastry Chef

The Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel has appointed G. Manivannan as their new Pastry Chef, which is a source of great joy for the hotel.

Chef Manivannan has over 12 years of experience in the food and beverage industry and has worked for prestigious 5-star hotels in India and Dubai, demonstrating his passion and expertise. He is an enthusiastic and energetic culinary expert.

As the new Pastry Chef, Chef Manivannan will have the responsibility of managing all bakery and confectionery operations at the hotel.

This includes ensuring that the restaurant runs smoothly and efficiently, creating new menus and specialties with the executive and sous chefs, training staff, controlling food costs and waste, utilizing raw materials effectively, and overseeing all meals served throughout the day, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Chef Manivannan's academic background, including a B.Sc. in Catering and Hotel Administration and an M.Sc. from Annamalai University, will enable him to introduce fresh and innovative ideas to the hotel's dessert offerings.

Chef Manivannan has gained a reputation throughout his career for his innovative and distinctive pastry-making style.

He has worked for highly recognized brands such as Park Hyatt Hyderabad, TAJ MG Road Bengaluru, The Ritz-Carlton Bengaluru, One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai, Courtyard by Marriott Bengaluru, The Raintree Hotel in Chennai, and Quality Inn Sabari in Chennai, which has solidified his status as a well-respected specialist in the field of pastry-making.

The Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel is certain that Chef Manivannan's skills and knowledge will improve the hotel's reputation in the industry.

The hotel is excited to have Chef Manivannan join their team and is looking forward to the valuable contributions he will make to the hotel's progress and prosperity.

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