Shantanu Gupte is an Indian Chef who hosts the show "Health Mange More" on Indian television channel FOOD FOOD. The show is an easy and breezy one, where he takes traditional Indian foods and shows how to make them with lower calories. It is a show about healthy living by showcasing enjoyable, quick and healthy cooking techniques with healthy ingredients and the recipes that are innovative and easy. Healthy twists to the favorite preparations give the viewers a lighter option which everyone can enjoy without guilt.
Early Life of Shantanu Gupte
Shantanu holds a Masters in Hospitality Management from North-Norway University, Ukin in 2007 with a 1st class. He also scoured a 70% in the Diploma in Hospitality Management from IHM Mumbai in 2007.
Career of Shantanu Gupte
Chef Shantanu Gupte has worked with various known Indian and international hotels like Taj Group of Hotels, The Hunstrete Luxury Hotel etc. Apart from cooking Shantanu is also an avid reader and loves to travel. He is fluent in English, Hindi and Bengali.
Achievements of Shantanu Gupte
Played a lead role in turning the ‘Project Valhalla’ from the initial planning phase to execution and then to live operations.
Thistle hotels "Chef of the Year" runners up.
Achieved record sales for ‘Shamiana’ with Gross sales exceeding the Budgeted by Rs 60 lakhs for the year 2005-06 at 78% GP.
Voted the "Best Project" planning a 100 cover continental kitchen and restaurant for the Taj Group of Hotels
Worked as the youngest ‘Sous Chef’ at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai.
Nestle "Chef of the Year" award at university level.
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