Executive chef of the Rosewood London Amandine Chaignot has left her role at the hotel.
It has been confirmed the French chef left her position at the five-red-AA-star, 306-bedroom hotel after three years in the role.
A replacement has not yet been confirmed nor has Chaignot’s next position, although it is understood she is currently focusing on her work with charity World Vision International.
Chaignot oversaw the kitchens and menus throughout the hotel, with particular emphasis on the Mirror Room.
She studied a postgraduate degree in pharmaceutical studies before pursuing a career as a chef, and trained at the professional culinary school École Grégoire-Ferrandi in France before working at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée with Alain Ducasse and Jean-François Piège, Le Bristol with Éric Fréchon, Le Meurice with Yannick Alléno and Philippe Mille, and second to Christopher Hache at Hôtel de Crillon.
She joined Rosewood London in 2015 from her position as executive chef at the Hôtel Raphael in Paris.
Rosewood London opened in 2013 and was named Hotel of the Year – Group at the 2017 Catey Awards, as well as being voted number 12 in The Caterer’s Hoteliers’ Hotels Top 100 list.