Andrew WONG – AA***

 Andrew Wong : the Modern Chinese cuisine in London


  • British AAA Rosettes
  • London new generation chef
  • Modern chinese cuisine
  • Wide spectrum of dishes from across China

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As a young boy, Andrew Wong could not wait to escape from the kitchen of his parents’ Victoria restaurant. He was drafted in to help as a dishwasher!
On the contrary, cooking was not his first choice for a career. First of all, he first studied chemistry at Somerville College, Oxford and then took another degree in anthropology at the famous LSE!

Eventually though, this was to be the perfect grounding with which to take over the generic Chinese in Victoria previously run by his father. Indeed, that location, away from London’s Chinatown, may explain the sense of liberation at play.

Regionalism

Indeed, an understanding of China’s many culinary traditions, may be making headway in the UK. But Andrew Wong has a certain restlessness in his style and it shows.
As a result, being a young man, he toured China, exploring its many cooking styles, before coming back to get to work. We are the beneficiaries of his travels.

Then, when he returned to London, he enrolled at Westminster Kingsway College culinary school. Eventually he discovered he had a natural aptitude and genuine passion for cooking after all.

Moreover, Andrew Wong entered Chinese cookery contests and eventually won the Chinese Masterchef title in London. Then, he travelled around China working in kitchens ranging from a noodle stand in Chengdu to the Millennium Hotel in Qingdao. As a result, Andrew Wong is the first to run a restaurant that offers a wide spectrum of dishes from across China in the UK. since then he is working as hard as he can to boost awareness of the country’s diverse dishes

Finally, Andrew Wong reopened as A Wong three years and has been winning plaudits ever since. Furthermore, Andrew Wong describes his vision is “to give people a little insight into the cuisine of China as a whole” rather than a particular region.

 

 

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