Kuldeep Singh cooks up a win at Hotelier Awards 2018 in Dubai

The executive chef from Jumeirah Mina A'Salam took home Executive Chef of the Year

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Over 30 years of experience in the culinary industry paid off for Kuldeep Singh as he was crowned Executive Chef of the Year at the Hotelier Awards.

The experienced chef was awarded the top honour at the Hotelier Middle East awards held at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre. Alp Aksoy, director of hospitality, Africa, ME, and Turkey, from sponsor Diversey present Singh with his award.

Since becoming executive chef for conferences and events at Madinat Jumeirah in 2010, Singh has sustained the highest of standards at one of Dubai’s premium locations.

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In 2016, Singh also became executive chef for Jumeirah Mina A’ Salam while continuing his work with Jumeirah’s hospitality arm.

In a close vote, Singh claimed the top honour ahead of Dominic Petzold, executive chef of Le Meridien Dubai and Le Meridien Fairway.

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