Celebrity chef Alvin Leung in his Dubai restaurant, Demon Duck.
PHOTO BY VISIT DUBAI
The devil is in the details and that’s why Alvin Leung is aptly called Demon Chef.
Michelin star celebrity chef Alvin Leung has brought his signature Asian plates to Demon Duck, his first restaurant in Dubai. The self-confessed “Demon Chef” shows his fun personality as he talks food. Here’s the Q&A:
Very exciting city, lots and lots of restaurants. You know, great chefs.
I’m trying to give them something that is more me; some surprises.
Definitely it will be the duck.
I think Chinese but by just a very small margin.
It’s gotta be soup. Anything that’s liquid and hot.
Yeah, even as a chef I would like to be pampered with silver service.
Brunch is just a very expensive breakfast. So I go with the cheap one, breakfast.
Playfully demon. Okay? That’s one word. Contradicting in a lot of ways because I like to show people different sides of me. And finally, you know, I’m international and diversified. But I’m so handsome! Is that lens cracking? (looks at camera) No, it’s still there! Okay. ICA/Expat Media
This story also appears in the Expat Media Special Edition magazine
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