Six Senses Zighy Bay appoints new executive chef

Tim Goddard brings more than 20 years of experience to the table, having worked with Michelin-starred chefs

Chef Timothy Goddard.
Chef Timothy Goddard.

Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman has appointed a new executive chef for the resort: Timothy Goddard.

He brings more than 20 years of experience to the table, having worked with Michelin-starred chefs such as Michel Portos, Michel Roux, Nicolas Vianne, and Christian Tetedoie to name a few.

Goddard's experience spans a number of countries, including China, Canada and Australia.

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His previous role was as executive chef for  Kingold Group Companies Ltd in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.

He has also worked with Sofitel Luxury Hotels and Resorts, Furama Resort Danang, Zampelis Group, Lyall Hotel and Spa, and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts.

Goddard holds a Bachelor's Degree in Culinary Arts/Hotel Managment from the Australian International Hotel School.

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