(From left) Manav Tuli of Chaat, Rob Drennan of Haku and Shim Jung-taek of Mosu, three international chefs who have made Hong Kong home in the last few years. Photo: Chaat/Haku/Mosu
(From left) Manav Tuli of Chaat, Rob Drennan of Haku and Shim Jung-taek of Mosu, three international chefs who have made Hong Kong home in the last few years. Photo: Chaat/Haku/Mosu

Unlike Gordon Ramsay, Joël Robuchon and Jamie Oliver, these top chefs have made Hong Kong their home – but why do they love it here?

  • Many international chefs attempt to make their mark on Hong Kong’s food scene but not all of them make the city their home. Meet some who made recent moves
  • Manav Tuli of Chaat says moving here has been incredibly rewarding and that Hong Kong diners’ palates are more trained compared with people in London

(From left) Manav Tuli of Chaat, Rob Drennan of Haku and Shim Jung-taek of Mosu, three international chefs who have made Hong Kong home in the last few years. Photo: Chaat/Haku/Mosu
(From left) Manav Tuli of Chaat, Rob Drennan of Haku and Shim Jung-taek of Mosu, three international chefs who have made Hong Kong home in the last few years. Photo: Chaat/Haku/Mosu
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