Hotel Indigo York appoints Oliver Bell head chef

28 July 2017 by
Hotel Indigo York appoints Oliver Bell head chef

Oliver Bell has been appointed head chef for the 101-bedroom Hotel Indigo York.

Bell has more than 10 years' culinary experience and will oversee all food operations in the day-to-day running of the hotel's restaurant, No.88 Walmgate. Prior to joining the team at Hotel Indigo York, he worked as a head chef within the Jamie's Italian brand.

The hotel is owned and operated by Splendid Hospitality Group.

Bell said: "I am extremely happy to be joining the team at Hotel Indigo York. Their excellent reputation in the industry, dynamic culture and appetite for creative dining make them a very exciting company to work for."

Mike Sweeting, general manager at the Hotel Indigo York, added: "Oliver is a great asset to the No.88 Walmgate restaurant team. He has a deep understanding of what it takes to run a successful restaurant and great ability to deliver a best in class dining experience."

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