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The Chef Who Led a Global Dining Empire Sets Out on His Own in San Francisco’s Chinatown

Before it became known as a nightlife brand associated with globetrotting DJs and elaborate bottle-service presentations, Hakkasan was a global pioneer of contemporary Asian food. Ho Chee Boon, who was Hakkasan’s international executive chef, opened restaurants for the high-end hospitality group in London, Moscow, Bangkok, New York, San Francisco and beyond. Under Ho’s leadership, Hakkasan restaurants earned Michelin stars in both London and New York.

Now in 2021, a year that’s seen hospitality behemoth Tao Group acquire Hakkasan (which closed its New York and San Francisco restaurants in 2020), the Malaysian-born Ho is writing his own path at a new

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Watch Now: New owner of Viet Huong focuses menu on Vietnamese cuisine | Dining

Review of Viet Huong restaurant. STEPHEN PINGRY, Tulsa World


The name outside remains the same, but what goes on inside Viet Huong, 7919 E. 21st St., has changed quite a bit.

The restaurant has occupied this spot since 1990, when Vietnamese native Cuong “Billy” Tran opened it, serving Chinese-American foods as well as what was at the time the slightly more exotic dishes of his homeland.

Tran passed away in 2017, and two years later his family announced they had sold the restaurant (Tran’s daughters have since opened their own place, Kai Vietnamese, in downtown Tulsa).






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THE 5 FINEST High quality Dining Eating places In Malang

A platform for experimenting with new flavors and dishes, in addition to parts of service, design and décor. Hit the gym: Supercharging your eating regimen to run on the leanest sources of gas (i.e. much less empty energy) is only half the battle. “I like to tell my sufferers to break a sweat on daily basis: Whether or not it is walking or running or simply using the steps all day, make your model of a exercise efficient and maintain it shifting,” Sassos says. Intention for no less than half-hour of heart-pumping exercise each day.

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Nick Camino of WKYC offers favorite dining choices – Five for Friday

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Nick Camino has been a steady fixture for years anchoring sports in Cleveland. He gained a bit of fame at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic when WKYC staffers broadcast from their homes. Camino talked sports from his kitchen.

And what a kitchen. It was spotless and minimalistic. A large shiny pot here, one or two tasteful pieces of décor there. But not one speck of, well, anything resembling dirt or grime.

Camino – who went to Solon High School and Cleveland State University – hosted sports talk shows for 13 years on WTAM 1100-AM and has

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