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The Anam appoints trio of hospitality professionals

Released at: 08:46, 01/09/2018

The Anam appoints trio of hospitality professionals

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New Executive Chef, Executive Sous Chef, and Director of F&B for Khanh Hoa resort.

by Doanh Doanh

The Anam has welcomed three new senior recruits who bring four decades of combined experience to the food and beverage (F&B) team behind the beachfront property in south-central Khanh Hoa province.

Ye Chang Sheng, Wayne Cameron, and Vu Thi Huong Giang have been appointed to the positions of Executive Chef, Executive Sous Chef, and Director of F&B, respectively, in the lead up to the resort’s opening of its Sports Bar and Grill by the beach.

“Sheng, Cameron and Giang are seasoned professionals who bring rich and diversified experience to the table,” The Anam’s General Manager Herbert Laubichler-Pichler said. “They will no doubt further propel our aspirations to deliver an unsurpassed level of hospitality as one of Vietnam’s top F&B destinations.”

After receiving two diplomas in international hotel management and professional cooking, Sheng, a Chinese national, embarked on his career a decade ago as a chef de partie with Radisson Blu in Sandton Johannesburg, South Africa. He quickly rose up the ranks in a career that has seen him heat up the frying pan for some of the world’s most acclaimed luxury hotel brands, including InterContinental and Hilton in South Africa and the Seychelles.

At the turn of the millennium, Wayne Cameron underwent a three-year internship in his native South Africa before transitioning to the InterContinental and Hilton hotels groups on his home turf and in the Seychelles. He worked at the Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort and Spa for three years as Executive Sous Chef before his recruitment to The Anam.

After graduating from Nha Trang University with a major in food processing, Giang, a Vietnamese national, began her career in 2004 as a waitress at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, where she steadily climbed the career ladder over the course of a decade to become F&B Manager. She has also worked for Vinpearl Land and Mia Resort in Nha Trang.

The trio said they were focused on building on the resort’s existing culinary landscape by creating even more authentic dining experiences and further fostering staff training and development.

In addition to its all-day dining restaurant The Indochine, the Vietnamese Lang Viet Restaurant and Bar overlooking Long Beach, the fine-dining restaurant The Colonial, and Saigon Bar, offering tapas and other specialties, the resort will unveil its Sports Bar and Grill in December.

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