DoubleTree by Hilton Gurugram Baani Square appoints Sandeep Panwar as Executive Chef

DoubleTree by Hilton Gurugram Baani Square appoints Sandeep Panwar as Executive Chef

DoubleTree by Hilton Gurugram Baani Square announced the appointment of Sandeep Panwar as the Executive Chef. With over 2 decades of extensive culinary experience, Chef Panwar brings immense knowledge and passion for excellence to his new appointment. A skilled culinary professional, Chef Panwar specializes in western cuisine and brings strong interpersonal skills and creative thinking.

Executive Chef Sandeep PanwarJPGChef Panwar has been associated with many luxury hotels & brands. In his new role, he will be overseeing the culinary operations of Glasshouse – the all-day dining restaurant, Pose – The Fashion Bar, Vibe – The Sky Bar, Café O’Lait – the patisserie, banquet kitchens and outdoor catering.

From enhancing current menus to improving the efficiency of kitchen operations to maintaining the highest quality of food standards to event planning and catering, his proficiency in culinary art and versatility combined with leadership skills ensure that he has all the makings in success.

An alumnus of GIHM Dehradun, Chef Panwar hails from a beautiful state, Uttarakhand and enjoys reading and playing chess in his leisure time.

Commenting on his appointment, Chef Panwar said, “I am delighted to be a part of DoubleTree by Hilton Gurugram Baani Square. It is a pleasure to be working with the new team and I am eagerly looking forward to giving my best to enhance guests’ dining experience at the hotel.”

“We are thrilled to have Chef Sandeep Panwar as the new member to the Hilton family. We are confident that his contribution will set a new benchmark in guest delight”, said Jai Chugh, General Manager.

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