Chan Tak-kwong, the executive chef of two-Michelin-star Wing Lei restaurant, is a perfectionist in the kitchen, having inherited this from the chefs he trained under. Photo: Wynn Macau
Chan Tak-kwong, the executive chef of two-Michelin-star Wing Lei restaurant, is a perfectionist in the kitchen, having inherited this from the chefs he trained under. Photo: Wynn Macau
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Practice makes perfect for Wynn Macau casino’s Michelin-starred chef, who can cook a dish ‘10 to 20 times’ before putting it on the menu

  • Wing Lei’s Chan Tak-kwong is a perfectionist, something he inherited from chefs he trained under. ‘It is normal for me to cook one dish 10 to 20 times,’ he says
  • ‘The patience of these old folks really touched me because many modern chefs now do not spend time on research and experimenting,’ he says of his training

Chan Tak-kwong, the executive chef of two-Michelin-star Wing Lei restaurant, is a perfectionist in the kitchen, having inherited this from the chefs he trained under. Photo: Wynn Macau
Chan Tak-kwong, the executive chef of two-Michelin-star Wing Lei restaurant, is a perfectionist in the kitchen, having inherited this from the chefs he trained under. Photo: Wynn Macau
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