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Ritz-Carlton Bangalore Appoints Executive Chef

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The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore, scheduled to open later this year, has appointed Chef Anupam Banerjee as Executive Chef.

Chef Banerjee will be responsible for all the pre-opening stages of kitchen, menu planning and overseeing the daily culinary operations of all 7 restaurants and bars, in-room dining, catering and special events.

After beginning his career with Oberoi Centre of Learning & Development, Chef Banerjees culinary calling took him out of his first kitchen and across the globe.

Chef Banerjee spent two years at the historic Raffles hotel in Singapore before moving to Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, which featured one Michelin Star and 4 AA Rosettes. He then moved to Mandarin Oriental, Geneva which was awarded one Star Michelin and 15 points on Gault Millau during his leadership after one year of successful opening. Prior to moving to Bangalore Chef Anupam Banerjee was the Executive Chef for Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C..

In the past he has been associated with Chef Alain Soliveres in his Michelin-2-Star,Chef Pierre Gagnaire in his 3-Star Michelin, Charlie Trotters, Jeun Fleury, Lea Linster, among others.

We are delighted to welcome Chef Banerjee and his wealth of culinary passion and knowledge to our hotel, said Shane Krige, General Manager, The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore. We are confident his expertise and impressive level of talent and enthusiasm will heighten the hotels diverse dining offering to a new level of excellence for our guests.

The 277-room Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore, will be the first Ritz-Carlton hotel to open in India.

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