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Martin Foo's dried longan red date tea

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Yong Bing Ngen, Chef-Owner of Majestic Restaurant

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Martin Foo, Executive Head Chef of VLV Restaurant

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Nicky Ng, Executive Head Chef of Mitzo Restaurant & Bar Nicky

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Ng's Braised Mushroom and Sea Cucumber

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Chung Lap Fai, Masterchef of Hua Ting Restaurant

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Lap Fai's Seven stir-fried vegetables

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Chen Kentaro, Executive Chef at Shisen Hanten

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What do they do after the last guest has tossed for good luck on Chinese New Year's Eve? Chinese restaurant chefs share their own reunion plans with Rachel Loi
Jan 28, 2017 5:50 AM

Yong Bing Ngen

Chef-Owner of Majestic Restaurant

"My celebration begins after 11pm on the eve of CNY. After service, I tapao some yu sheng and pen cai, and try to get home before midnight. My wife will cook a bit, and my family will have our dinner

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