Chris Cheung

East Wind Snack Shop

Chris Cheung

Talk: East Wind Snack Shop

Chris Cheung is the chef and owner of East Wind Snack Shop in Brooklyn, known for delicious dumplings, baos, and as one of the last standing Taoishan Tea Houses in existence in NYC, as well as the Executive Chef at Tansuo, a modern Chinese restaurant in Nashville. His dedication to handmade scratch dumplings earned him a reputation as one of the premiere Chinese chefs in NYC; he has received a glowing NY Times Hungry City Review, and has appeared on Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, and the Food Network's Chopped. In the midst of his busy schedule of flying between New York and Nashville, Chris come to Google to discuss the Asian food scene in the United States and challenges of starting a business in New York City as an Asian American.

Chris Cheung

Chef Chris Cheung is a New York City native and grew up in the heart of Chinatown. His inspiration of Chinese cooking took him to shanghai where he cooked banquets in the nearby farming and fishing villages. Here he learned the nuances of Shanghai cuisine, and was inspired by its farm/sea-to-table style of cooking. He is the chef and owner of East Wind Snack Shop in Brooklyn.