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Name  Alan Wong
Role  Chef
Movies  Chefs in Paradise: Vol. 1

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Education  Kapiolani Community College
Awards  James Beard Award for Best Chef: Northwest
Nominations  James Beard Award for Best New Restaurant

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Alan Wong is a chef and restaurateur known as one of 12 co-founders (along with Sam Choy, Roy Yamaguchi, Peter Merriman, Bev Gannon and more) of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. They came together to form an organization to create a new American regional cuisine, highlighting Hawaii's locally grown ingredients and diverse ethnic styles. In 1992, they all came together and compiled a cookbook, The New Cuisine of Hawaii to be sold for charity. Wong and Choy are alumni of the Kapiolani Community College Culinary Arts program. Wong has several restaurants in Hawaii, as well as one in Japan.

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In 2009, Wong cooked a luau at the White House for President Obama at the annual White House Congressional picnic for members of Congress and their families.

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In 2006, Wong appeared as a guest judge on the television cooking competition Top Chef (the episode, part one of the season two finale, aired on January 24, 2007). The Top Chef contestants, after enjoying a luncheon hosted by Wong welcoming them to Hawaii, were challenged to cater his birthday luau.

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In 2001, he was awarded Chef of the Year by Santé Magazine. Also in 2001, Gourmet Magazine ranked one of his restaurants number six in a listing of America’s Best Fifty Restaurants. In 1996, he was awarded the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Pacific Northwest. In 1994, Wong was recognized by Robert Mondavi Winery as one of 13 Rising Star Chefs in America.

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Other interests

Wong has three restaurants. Two are located on Oahu, The Pineapple Room at Ala Moana Center and Alan Wong's King Street, and the latest one is Alan Wong's Shanghai, which is located in Shanghai, China. Alan Wong's Hawaii was located in Tokyo Disneyland in Maihama, Japan, but is now closed.

References

Alan Wong Wikipedia


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