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Finest Cantonese flavors

Experience Cantonese culinary experience, straight from the heart of the Red Dragon, as Lung Hin brings in new dishes, from the Hong Kong native and cuisine master, Chef Lai Cheuk Kou.

Unlike other chefs, Chef Lai Cheuk Kou, or also known as Chef Terry, he has worked in China and Hong Kong alone, making it his first time in the country. He was able to master the art of cooking the most special dishes in Chinese cuisine, with over 36 years of experience from different well-known restaurants and hotels around China and Hong Kong. Chef Terry specializes in hot and healthy dishes, like herbal soups, and special exotic dishes. His flavorful and aromatic signature dishes includes Cheese Baked Tiger Prawns, Pan Fried Dice Beef Cubes, Steamed Diced Pumpkin, Marinated Cucumber with Wasabi and Vinegar, Jellyfish, and Salt-baked Chicken, and Dragon Fruit with Bird Nest.

Cheese Baked Tiger Prawns

Coming to the Philippines, he has seen many mangoes and abalones, which he thought of transforming as he heads the Lung Hin kitchen practicing his authentic Chinese culinary technique.

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