TORONTO — The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto has named Gaurav Kapoor, who has been with the hotel since July 2010, as its executive chef.
“We’re excited to promote GK to executive chef, where he will continue his craft and lead the culinary team to delight our guests,” says Rob Housez, general manager, Chelsea Hotel, Toronto.
Kapoor began his culinary career in Bangalore, India, where he earned his diploma in Hotel Management and Culinary Technology. Following his education, Kapoor was selected as one of 20 to participate in the Taj Hotel’s management-training program in some of India’s top hotel brands, including Radisson, Grand New Delhi and Hotel Le Meridian. Later, Kapoor ventured to Canada to make his mark on Toronto’s culinary scene.
“My philosophy about food includes cooking with love and serving with kindness,” says Kapoor. “It’s my hope that through this path, we’ve created lasting memories for our guests.”