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Hung Huynh

  1. Temporary Closings
    The General at 199 Bowery Shuttered by the DOH“The General was closed due to a permitting issue. We expect to resolve this as soon as possible.”
  2. Third Time's a Nuoc Cham
    Hung Huynh Says New York’s Vietnamese Restaurants Could Step It UpThe chef is comfortable eating all kinds of Chinese and Vietnamese food, if only local places would serve more of it.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at the General, Now Serving Sushi and Peking Duck on the BoweryThe modern Asian restaurant opens today.
  4. Coming Up
    EMM Group’s ‘Modern Asian’ Bowery Restaurant Will Be CalledExpect a December opening.
  5. Mediavore
    Michael Jackson’s Chef Gives Testimony; Top Chef Vets Opening EverywhereKai Chase says she was making lunch when she learned of the dire emergency.
  6. Openings
    Top Chef Hung Huynh Is Going Big at Catch, Opening This SaturdayThink towering shellfish plateaus, large-format dishes, and a tri-level, 14,000-square-foot space.
  7. Openings
    Today in Huynh: Hung Is EMM Group’s New Chef, Michael Builds ChinitoHung of ‘Top Chef’ will work on the new midtown project from the folks behind Tenjune.
  8. Foodievents
    Watch Top Chef With Colicchio, Boulud, and Team BocuseDuring a viewing party. Or, apply to compete in the “Culinary Olympics” yourself.
  9. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Buddha Bar Reincarnated As Ajna Bar’Top Chef’ winner Hung Huynh is the new chef.
  10. Top Chef
    Scouting Report: Michael VoltaggioTop Chef winner Hung Huynh sounds off on new contestant and old friend Michael Voltaggio.
  11. Top Chef
    Top Chef Check-in: Cascone Plans Pasta Bar, Trevino at TravertineAnd other cheftestants on the move.
  12. Top Chef
    Adam Platt Actually Half-Liked Crop ChefPlus, our favorite critic responds to Toby Young.
  13. Top Chef Almuni Newsletter
    Hung Huynh is Still Keeping KosherThe ‘Top Chef’ winner is planning a new restaurant in spring.
  14. NewsFeed
    Hung Huynh Is Among U.S. Bocuse d’Or SemifinalistsDamon Wise of Craft was also given a chance to compete in the culinary version of the Olympics.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Hung Hunyh’s Murray Hill Resto Five Months Out; Clover Club Up and RunningHung comes to Murray Hill, Suba offers wine and tapas classes, and two East Side openings, in today’s roundup of local restaurant news.
  16. Mediavore
    Cocktails Go Molecular; Hung Going to Bocuse d’Or?Plus celebrity-chef cookware tested, a new Water Taxi Beach–like space in Red Hook, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  17. Mediavore
    John McCain Likes Pepperoni Slices; Hung’s First PassoverJohn McCain enjoys a slice in Brooklyn, chef Hung Huynh learns a thing or two about matzo, and junk fish get its day in the sun.
  18. VideoFeed
    Inside ‘Food & Wine’s Best New Chef GalaVideo: Grub Street’s Josh Ozersky talks with many of the city’s top chefs at last night’s gala.
  19. NewsFeed
    Marcel and Hung to Hang Together Next WeekThe two most unpopular members of the cast of the second and third seasons of Top Chef, Hung Huynh and Marcel Vigneron, are actually friends, and you can meet them both next week.
  20. The New York Diet
    Top Chef Hung Huynh Has the ‘Most Amazing Chinese Meal Ever’Last season’s Top Chef winner Hung Huynh, who previously cooked at Per Se, Gilt, Manhattan Ocean Club, and others, is back from a year and a half at Guy Savoy in Las Vegas — this week he started as executive chef at Solo. The Mediterranean-Asian restaurant happens to be kosher, meaning Huynh can’t use his beloved fish sauce or sherry vinegar. “I’m pretty limited to proteins,” he tells us. “I have to be a little bit more creative with my flavor profiles.” If Padma and Tom paid a visit, he says, he’d probably serve them his sweetbreads glazed with truffles and served with lemon-honey carrots. But forget what he’s cooking; we’re more interested in what he ate this week.
  21. Mediavore
    Hung to Cook in Midtown Kitchen; Chirico Pleads Not Guilty to ExtortionTop Chef winner Hung Huynh will begin a one-month stint at kosher restaurant Solo on March 2; Justin Smillie, formerly of Barbuto, has replaced Akhtar Nawab at the E.U. [NYT] Related: Akhtar Nawab to *NOT* Leave E.U., Will Open New Restaurant If you’re clamoring for a Valentine’s Day tablecloth dinner at White Castle, you still might be able to get one. [Eater] Master Purveyors will live on: The fire destroyed the offices, but the meat is still safe and sound in the warehouse. [Crain’s NY] Related: Venerable Meat Purveyor Struck By Fire
  22. Mediavore
    Chefs Relax in Bruni’s Absence; Chinese Seafood: Now With Fewer Drugs!Frank Bruni is out of the city until January 23, or maybe January 31. Either way, chefs at new restaurants will be breathing a little bit easier until he returns. [Eater] The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies has released a report saying that cloning causes suffering to animals, making it unjustifiable to clone them for the food supply. [NYT] Top Chef winner Hung Huynh was spotted in Las Vegas at Company, the same restaurant where Season Two contestant Marcel Vigneron works as a cook. It’s no coincidence, though; they’re buds from cooking school. [Eater L.A.]
  23. Back of the House
    Ten Moments to Remember From 2007 Life fades … vision dims … and all that remains is memory.” Such are the haunting first words of The Road Warrior, and we can’t help but think of them as we look back, through heavy lids, at the year that was. 2007 was a memorable restaurant year in so many ways, but there are a few that stick out in our minds. Our favorite moments of the last year would definitely have to include:
  24. VideoFeed
    ‘Top Chef’ Winner Hung Shows Off His Knife Skills Do you grip a knife like a baton? Do your tomato wedges fall apart in seedy clumps? Recent Top Chef winner Hung Huynh visited with Grub Street at Dani yesterday to demonstrate his famous knife skills. The quicksilver cook showed how to julienne squash and a speedy way to slice meat. Definitely try this at home. But first, watch the video. How to Chop Like a Top Chef [Video]
  25. Back of the House
    ‘Top Chef’ Winner Declines to Shake BootyAfter trash-talking and sous vide-ing his way through the season, Top Chef contestant Hung Huynh finally prevailed over his competitors in last night’s finale. Serving up dishes with a “touch of love”, Huynh seemed to answer his critics’ charges that his cooking lacked soul. He talked to us today about his change of heart and why he doesn’t feel like Brad Pitt.
  26. Back of the House
    Adam Platt Was Right About ‘Top Chef’ All AlongThe Top Chef finale turned out to be all we had hoped, as the three remaining rivals were all allowed to make whatever they wanted for a blue-ribbon panel of judges.
  27. Back of the House
    Even Adam Platt Was Moved by Last Night’s ‘Top Chef’Last night’s penultimate Top Chef featured two enormously entertaining challenges.
  28. Back of the House
    Hung Earns Platt’s Reluctant Respect on ‘Top Chef’The final cut prior to the Top Chef finale was made last night, as the contestants came to New York to cook before the most august figures the show could muster.
  29. Back of the House
    Joey, Latest ‘Top Chef’ Non-Winner, on Why Rocco Is a Douche Bag Top Chef contestant Joey Paulino may have been a victim of casting last night when he was eliminated instead of Howie or Hung, who both made bigger mistakes but also seem to be the show’s emerging villains. Still, the native Long Islander and executive chef of Café des Artistes saved his ire for guest judge Rocco DiSpirito. He talked to us about why his fellow Long Islander is a “douche bag”.
  30. Mediavore
    Bourdain Lays Into ‘Top Chef’ Hung; Restaurant to Open in Back ofAnthony Bourdain jumps on Top Chef’s Hung even harder than he laid into Marcel last season: “‘Flavor’ counts for very little in a competition for ‘Top Chef.’” [Amuse Biatch] Related: ‘Top Chef’ Biases Finally Out on the Table ‘Top Chef’ Non-Winner Lia on What Went Wrong Kanye West is a soul-food connoisseur, when he’s not eating out in haute Asian eateries like Spice Market and Philippe. [WSJ] An unrelated restaurant will open Thursday in the back room of Setagaya and will feature Thai, Japanese, and Malaysian food. [Eat for Victory/VV] Related: New East Village Ramen Spot Insists It’s More Authentic Than Momofuku