Meatsmith x Lee Ho Fook
25 Feb 2018, 2:00 PM - 11:50 PM
MEATSMITH TURNS 3~ and we're throwing one hell of a party!
To celebrate we have invited the very talented Victor Liong (BIO below) from Lee Ho Fook Melbourne, to cook with Andrew Baldus and the team. Think American BBQ from the south, mixed with new wave Chinese.. you're welcome!
It's a party, so no reservations, just rock up hungry! Booze will be in abundance and DJs will set the mood. Hope to see y'all there!
VICTOR LIONG ~
His interest in cooking was inspired by the great international chefs he had studiously read about and his curiosity in the likes of Joel Robuchon and Thomas Keller led to a career cooking in the kitchens of some of the countries most innovative and well-respected restaurants.
In 2011, when he joined with fellow alumni chef of Marque and friend, Dan Hong, did Victor actually begin to engage with his cultural identity in a professional kitchen. This one directional change brought the many different components of the last decade’s learnings, experimentation and research, to a realisation.
In 2013 Victor Liong opened his first restaurant Lee Ho Fook in Melbourne. The fun titled establishment (name from the 1978 song, Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon) was an accumulation of Victor’s professional and cultural identity. Lee Ho Fook offers elegant, balanced Chinese dishes in an informal restaurant located in Duckboard Place.
167-169 Telok Ayer