Frank Hu is the executive chef at Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel, overseeing all of the restaurants at the hotel. However, if you’d like to experience Hu’s expert cooking, you should book a table at Shang-High Cuisine, where he’s led the kitchen to Michelin star success. He insists on portraying local flavours in an original style by using Western ingredients and innovative cooking techniques to make traditional Shanghainese dishes. Chef Hu’s favourite creations include Braised Beef Cheek and Fresh River Shrimps – they just so happen to be Shang-High’s best sellers. With his blending of past and future influences, Chef Hu has helped to make Shang-High Cuisine a leading authority on Chinese food. On several occasions he has been invited to cook at Shanghai’s Michelin ceremony gala, alongside other Michelin-starred chefs from around the world.
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