New regional executive chef at Macdonald Hotels

24 February 2017 by
New regional executive chef at Macdonald Hotels

Macdonald Hotels has announced the promotion of Paul Kitchener, currently head chef at Ansty Hall in Coventry, to the position of regional head chef for the Midlands.

He said: "At Macdonald Hotels we have the luxury of creating the majority of our own menus to reflect the individual hotel's identity and creativity of the chef. I am hoping to introduce even more local dishes and work with each chef to encourage them to express their individuality from their kitchens."

Simon Jackson, group operations and sales director, added: "Paul is an exceptional chef who has been an asset to Macdonald Hotels for almost a decade. We are excited that Paul's new position will allow him to use his vast experience and skills to develop new menus and fresh ideas across the region at Macdonald Ansty Hall, Alveston Manor, Haycock and Burlington."

Andy Lowe appointed food and beverage director of Macdonald Hotels >>

Macdonald Hotels adds Simon Jackson to group board >>

Macdonald Hotels appoints Simon Farr as regional director >>

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