Hong Kong chef Lucas Sin at Junzi, in New York. Photo: courtesy of JunziHong Kong chef Lucas Sin at Junzi, in New York. Photo: courtesy of Junzi
Hong Kong chef Lucas Sin at Junzi, in New York. Photo: courtesy of Junzi

Changing America’s idea of Chinese food: ‘it’s not all lo mein and General Tso’s chicken, chef Lucas Sin says

  • The Hong Kong-raised, Yale-educated chef’s ‘fast-casual’ chain of northern Chinese restaurants in New York and Connecticut is challenging long-held perceptions
  • Sin opened his first pop-up restaurant in an abandoned Hong Kong factory when he just 16. He and the Junzi team have been helping feed health care workers
Topic |   Food and Drinks
Hong Kong chef Lucas Sin at Junzi, in New York. Photo: courtesy of JunziHong Kong chef Lucas Sin at Junzi, in New York. Photo: courtesy of Junzi
Hong Kong chef Lucas Sin at Junzi, in New York. Photo: courtesy of Junzi
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