Sandip Narang has been elevated to the position of Hotel Manager at the Taj West End, Bengaluru. With nearly three decades of experience working as a chef at IHCL, Narang brings with him a repertoire of knowledge and experience both in the field of culinary as well as hotel management and operations.
In his new role, he will be responsible for positioning the hotel as the landmark property in the heart of the city, in addition to managing the hotel’s commercial objectives, and delivering world-class experiences to its guests. He says, “Having spent my last few years in the city, I’m thrilled to be leading the team at Taj West End. I look forward to working with the entire team on further elevating the bespoke service and innovative guest experience that the Taj group of hotels are known for.”
Having graduated from the Bombay catering college, Sandip Narang started his culinary training at the Taj Mahal Palace and Towers. Over the years, he has led and been a part of various teams catering to heads of states and celebrities both in India and around the world; organized food promotions in various countries around the world, in addition to extensively touring the Middle East and launching the successful restaurant, ‘SOUK’.
A highlight in his career was when he essayed the role of personal chef to former Indian Prime Minister, Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee on his trips to Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkey, from 2002-to 2003.
His past roles include the responsibilities of Executive Chef at the lush Taj West End, Bengaluru, Taj Exotica Resort and Spa, Maldives, and the stunning Taj Lake Palace Udaipur.
In his spare time, he is found rewatching Amitabh Bachchan classics and building a secret collection of fountain pens.
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