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New Executive Chef At Hyatt Regency Auckland

New Executive Chef At Hyatt Regency Auckland

The newly rejuvenated luxury five-star hotel, Hyatt Regency Auckland, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nitin Kumar to the position of executive chef.

A graduate of the Hotel Management Institute in Mumbai, India, Chef Nitin has held a number of positions in five-star hotels around the world, including Dubai, Mumbai and New Delhi, and has had the benefit of exposure to world-renowned chefs.

Chef Nitin joined Hyatt Regency Auckland in October 2005 and has worked his way up to the top job, displaying his flair for creative, well-presented culinary fare.

In his capacity as executive chef, Chef Nitin will be responsible for heading the entire kitchen brigade while bringing Hyatt’s culinary philosophy to life with new menus and turning conventional cuisine into innovative gastronomical trends.

Passionate about high-quality food, Chef Nitin ensures that all his ingredients are sourced from the freshest local produce.

He has been successful in ensuring a high level of guest satisfaction at all the hotel’s Banquet events and has also put together popular food promotions, from specialty Asian cuisine to the more recent wild game promotion that won much appreciation from both hotel and local guests.

Outside of work, Chef Nitin is passionate about rugby and cricket, and enjoys spending quality time with his family, especially his five-year-old daughter, Chhanak.


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