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City Seasons Towers welcome new Executive Chef

Chef Joy Skider
City Seasons Towers in Bur Dubai has recently opened its doors unveiling 3 great outlets of which a themed Italian eatery, a Lobby lounge and an International all-day-dining. Set in the busy area of Bur Dubai the Hotel has already seen an increasing number of walk-in diners..

To run the show, Chef Joy Skider has joined the team to head the kitchen with its 25 team members. Chef Joy is a seasoned hotelier of Indian origin, with over 24 years of experience in the culinary industry. He is passionate about cooking and a connoisseur of culinary arts, with a Middle-Eastern influence.

“We are very pleased to welcome Chef Joy Skider to our team, said George Demitry Group General Manager of City Seasons Hotels, of which City Seasons Towers Bur Dubai. “Joy Skider brings along a great knowledge, not only in food preparation and presentation but more importantly he is a good leader who will positively influence the kitchen team and the whole F&B operations in our new hotel; with a positive attitude and a can-do approach paired with a passion for the job, he is the perfect addition to our City Seasons Towers where regular diners always look for the quality and the diversity for their daily meals, ’ added Demitry.

Chef Joy Skider will lead the team and handle the Kitchen Department at City Seasons Towers, where he will run the newly open Italian restaurant Pasta & Pesto as well as the New Season restaurant and the lobby lounge.

‘Chef Joy is talented with an impressive culinary background; I am confident that the team will learn a lot from him while guests to our Hotel and restaurants will be amazed to what he will bring to the table’, said Chef Vangelis Boulis, Group Executive Chef for City Seasons Hotels.

Joy Skider has always worked in the Middle-East in international chains like IHG. He has a wide experience in international cuisine with a strength in Middle-Eastern one and Desserts.

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