W Guangzhou Welcomes Philippe Bruneauas Director of Cuisine


With the culinary roots strongly influenced by the traditional French cuisine and developed a sophisticated idea regarding to modern gastronomy, Chef Philippe Bruneau, a French national, has recently joined W Guangzhou as Director of Cuisine. With his knowledge of European gastronomy and creativity, he is the perfect fit for leading the kitchen brigade of the stunning property, where Chef Philippe can be fully utilized and explore further. 

Chef Philippe Bruneau, Director of Cuisine of W Guangzhou 

Drawing inspiration from culinary creations of his grandmother and mother, Chef Philippe started his career in Europe, particularly France, England, Switzerland, Caribbean; later moved to the United States, where he joined his first Ritz-Carlton property in Sarasota, Florida. In 2008, to expand his horizons while staying with the company and in search for new experiences, Chef Philippe arrived in Sanya, China to join the Ritz-Carlton pre-opening team as chef de cuisine, where has the stunning beachfront restaurant that specializing in seafood and barbecue. 

Chef Philippe's growing career leads him to Dubai, where he took part of the Ritz-Carlton opening again in this fast growing city. With his experience in international fine dining gastronomy, he has won the Middle Eastern culinary championship in 2011. Two and half years later, Chef Philippe decided to return to Asia where he was appointed as Executive Chef of The Westin Guangzhou , the property has well established and located at the heart of Guangzhou CBD. 

While in China, Chef Philippe Bruneau developed his cooking techniques, adding Asian ingredients to the list of his favorites and scooping up five medals at the International Culinary Arts Competition in Shanghai. 

When not leading his multinational team, Philippe indulges his passion for photography or exercise playing tennis and badminton. 



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