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Michelin-starred chef set for residency at The Reverie Saigon

Released at: 16:16, 10/04/2019

Michelin-starred chef set for residency at The Reverie Saigon

Michelin-stared chef Siu Hin-Chi. Photo: The Reverie Saigon

Hotel to host acclaimed Michelin-starred chef Siu Hin-Chi during culinary residency from April 13 to 15 at The Royal Pavilion.

by Doanh Doanh

The Reverie Saigon is hosting acclaimed Michelin-starred chef Siu Hin-Chi for a very special culinary residency. Chef Siu will hold court from April 13 to 15 at The Royal Pavilion, treating lucky diners to his signature premium Cantonese delicacies.

He has over 37 years of culinary experience and been the executive chef at multiple Michelin-starred restaurants, including Tang Court and Duddell’s. Over the course of his career, restaurants he has helmed have been awarded a total of 16 Michelin stars.

In the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2018, Chef Siu led his team to the first Michelin-star recognition for Ying Jee Club, which had only been open for three months. Impressively, in December 2018, he steered his team to yet another Michelin star, raising the status of Ying Jee Club to two Michelin-stars.

His expertise lies primarily in fresh seafood and dried marine cuisine, and honors the principle of using the finest ingredients and most delicate techniques to prepare the food.

Mr. Kai Speth, WMC Group Vice President Operations and Business Performance, said the latest residency of a Michelin-starred guest chef at The Reverie Saigon unquestionably makes the hotel the home of the finest culinary events in Vietnam.

“This is the third in this series of events, and a particularly exciting one as Chef Siu has stood head and shoulders above his peers in the world of Cantonese Cuisine in Hong Kong, which is surely the most competitive culinary environment in the world,” he said.

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