Michelin 2-star chef brings perfection of Cantonese Cuisine to Zhuhai
2011-September-5 Source: Newsgd.com
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For fans of elegant Cantonese cuisine, Chef Mak Kip Fu means something big. Now fans in Guangdong can have this ultimate gourmet experience without traveling to other provinces and regions.

The Honorable Ms. Mak Ling Ling (L), the most well-known fortune teller in Hong Kong and Chef Mak Kip Fu (R) (Photo: Newsgd.com, By Wing)

Mak was appointed the executive chef of Grand Elite Chinese Restaurant at the Grand Bay View Hotel, Zhuhai in January 2011. And the restaurant opened yesterday ( Sept 4). It is the first local restaurant to have Michelin star chef to take charge of the kitchen.

Mak had worked as chef in top restaurants in Hong Kong, Macao, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore and other cities. In 2008, he worked for the Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, which was rated the Michelin three-star Chinese restaurant. In 2009 to 2011, he worked in Zi Yat Heen at the Four Seasons Hotel Macao, which received Michelin 2 star rating twice.

The star chef recommends his signature dishes such as Crispy Crab Claw with Shrimp Mousse, Sauteed Prawns with XO Chilli Sauce, and Barbecued Pork with Honey. Also he told media that they will choose local fresh ingredients and change their menu according to the season, for example, they may have local Hengqin oyster in the menu. They will also create more dishes to meet the local Zhuhai residents' interest.

The per capita spending is undecided yet, but it is estimated to be 500 RMB plus, according to a staff working in the hotel, adding that Zhuhai has the market demand for high end dining.

(By Wing)


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