S'pore head chef at hot Hong Kong restaurant eyes world championship

The rush from challenging himself is why Chef Aven Lau likes to time himself carrying out kitchen tasks.
The rush from challenging himself is why Chef Aven Lau likes to time himself carrying out kitchen tasks.ST PHOTO: CLAIRE HUANG

HONG KONG - Chef Aven Lau feeds on the adrenaline of competing with himself by clocking new bests in the time taken to, for example, fillet a fish.

Therefore, he plans to stay in Hong Kong until he is ready to take part in the world chef championship, Bocuse d'Or - the Olympics equivalent for chefs.

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