Chef Alvin Leung
With his trademark colour-streaked hair, cross earrings and sunglasses, chef Alvin Leung has blazed a trail of his own in the culinary arts. The self-proclaimed ‘Demon Chef’ - the Chinese characters for which are tattooed on his arm – has had no formal kitchen training. He is one of the rare self-taught chefs to have a 3 Michelin-star establishment – Bo Innovation – The Hong Kong Story. He also operates the 1 Michelin star restaurant MIC in Hong Kong, the modern Korean franchise Bib N Hops, the casual Spanish bodega Plato 86, and the contemporary Chinese restaurant Forbidden Duck in Hong Kong and Singapore. In addition, Leung has introduced his daring cuisine to Mainland China, opening Bo Shanghai and Daimon Bistro in the iconic Bund district, garnering 1 Michelin star in 2017. In Toronto, Canada, Leung launched the casual eatery R&D. Born in London, England, Leung spent many of his formative years in Toronto, Canada. Growing up in the suburb of Scarborough, he remains a dedicated ice hockey fan.