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Maenam's Chef Angus An joins our illustrious panel of pros for our second annual Made in Vancouver Awards.
We’re pretty thrilled that Chef Angus An, one of Vancouver’s most influential chef-restaurateurs, has come on board to judge our Food category at this year’s second annual Made in Vancouver Awards.
Chef Angus has six restaurants and eateries comprising his restaurant family: Fat Mao Noodles, Freebird Chicken Shack, Longtail Kitchen, Maenam, Popina Canteen, and Sen Pad Thai—and his flagship restaurant, Maenam, was named our 2016 Restaurant of the Year.
A flavour-driven chef, Angus’s cuisine is rooted in technique; his combined fine-arts and French culinary training allow him to see cooking as a balance of art and science, resulting in recipes built on tradition, innovation and presentation.
Chef Angus shared some insight into what he loves in our fair city.
Not a run, but i like anything on Symphony Express
Kits—for its proximity to water, and it has a little of everything.
Kissa Tanto. I love Joël’s cooking.
No, it needs to stay a hidden gem!
Nice morning of mediation and stretches, brunch at Linh Cafe, two-hour afternoon massage. Walk through the Vancouver Art Gallery; dinner at Cioppino’s.
Rice soup at Freebird Chicken or Fat Mao noodles.
What’s a big night?