Chef Alex Chang's whole fried fish at The Exchange, an Israeli restaurant in the lobby of the trendy Freehand Hotel, Los Angeles, the US. Photo: Patrick Chin

What’s a Chinese-Mexican chef doing cooking Israeli food? It’s a Los Angeles thing

  • Hong Kong-born Alex Chang went from cooking in an illegal kitchen in his college dorm room to one of Los Angeles’ most influential restaurants, Animal
  • His Asian tweaks to otherwise traditional dishes have taken notoriously complex Israeli cuisine to a new level in the city
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Chef Alex Chang's whole fried fish at The Exchange, an Israeli restaurant in the lobby of the trendy Freehand Hotel, Los Angeles, the US. Photo: Patrick Chin
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