Leading Hong Kong chef dies days after a first Michelin star was awarded to Shang Palace restaurant at Shangri-La Singapore, where he led the kitchen – Asia – South China Morning Post

Leading Hong Kong chef dies days after a first Michelin star was awarded to Shang Palace restaurant at Shangri-La Singapore, where he led the kitchen – Asia – South China Morning Post

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A leading Chinese-cuisine chef who spent his career in Hong Kong and Singapore has died, days after the fine-dining restaurant whose kitchen he headed won its first Michelin star. Mok Kit-keung was 58.Mok, a married father of three, died suddenly on September 17 in Singapore. The cause of death has not been disclosed.On September 1, Shang Palace at the Shangri-La Singapore hotel, where Mok had been executive chef since transferring there from Hong Kong in 2017, was awarded a Michelin star for…Read More

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