May Chow Named Asia's Best Female Chef 2017

May Chow Named Asia's Best Female Chef 2017

Hong Kong’s May Chow has been crowned the top female chef in Asia for her stellar efforts at Little Bao and Second Draft

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Take a bow, May Chow…


We’re extremely proud to announce that Chef Chow has been recognised as Asia’s best female chef by a panel of 300 industry experts – the same group of heavy-hitting folk who decide the annual list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.


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Little Bao shopfront, Hong Kong


We’ve been keen supporters of Canadian-born Chef Chow since her return to HK in 2008, where she began her culinary career in the kitchens of Bo Innovation and Yardbird. Her very own uber-popular Little Bao concept, which began as a pop-up, opened its doors in SoHo in 2013, with queues snaking around the block for the chef’s signature steamed buns and creative East-meets-West sharing plates. The chef’s ice cream baos – green tea ice cream with condensed milk and salt ice cream with caramel – are the stuff of foodie lore.


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LB green tea ice cream bao


This year has been a busy one for our May – she opened a second branch of Little Bao in Bangkok, along with her concept of a Chinese gastropub, Second Draft, right here in Tai Hang. She’s also been a guest chef on MasterChef Asia and represented Hong Kong at the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, Omnivore World Tour and Bordeaux Wine Festival. Shout-out for homegrown talent – particularly in an industry dominated by males.


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