ON THE RISE
JANICE WONG SINGAPORE
Her eponymous restaurant at the National Museum of Singapore presents another side of the chef—her knack for savoury creations. Together with dim sum chef Ma Jian Jun, they have crafted a menu that presents Chinese dishes like you’ve never seen them before, such as rainbow-coloured dim sum and noodles topped with edible mushroom paper.
COBO HOUSE By 2AM:DESSERTBAR
Wong’s first overseas expansion saw her partner with Cobo House to bring 2am: dessert bar to Hong Kong. As expected, Wong’s signature desserts are available but they also serve a selection of savoury dishes. The stylish, farm-to-table restaurant spans 3,000-square-foot and consists of a rooftop garden with edible greens and organic herbs.
JANICE WONG DESSERT BAR
Japan is one of Wong’s favourite countries, so it was only natural for her to set up a dessert bar in the busy district of Shinjuku. The place serves desserts paired with various spirits, the most popular being sake and dessert courses. The space is designed to encourage interaction, with bar stools and an open kitchen where diners can watch the chefs in action.