Painting the town red wasn't really on celebrity chef Brian Turner's script when he was here last week. But he and director Bruce Burgess (pictured in TOTTs, with Bruce on the right) just couldn't help themselves after filming for Brian's television show. 'The highlight of my stay must have been the commotion we caused in the Wan Chai market,' says Brian, who owns Turner's restaurant in London. 'Someone threw ice at us and then a fishmonger tried to ram a garoupa down my throat.' When the cameras weren't rolling, the pair went to a junk party and a tai chi session, lived it up in Lan Kwai Fong and danced until dawn in Joe Bananas. But that is not to say they didn't work hard. Brian had to cook 12 dishes in two days on the roof of the Mandarin Oriental in temperatures of more than 30 degrees. Does the stress ever get to good-natured Brian? 'The last time I lost my temper was in 1964 when I punched a cook and broke his nose. I've changed a lot since then. The secret is really getting people to do what you want,' he says.