In 2005, the late chef Anthony Bourdain tasted the Laksa during his show – "No Reservations". This is when the Laksa became well known to the world and he termed it "Breakfast of the Gods" and also on his Top 10 Wish List for his food market in New York.
Apart from being a spicy soup-based noodles, what else can you do with laksa? With over 20 types of herbs and spices in the laksa paste, this maybe a flavourful ingredients to be used for making other dishes. In partnership with Hong Kong New Oriental Culinary Art and Edible Artists Global Academy Association (EAGAA), during this demonstration, our culinary demonstrator will show you how to make other types of equally sumptuous dishes using the laksa paste.
Laksa Fried Rice Noodles | Shanghainese Laksa Dumplings
Banana Wrap Grilled Laksa Seafood | Laksa Spring Roll Sticks
Don't miss this opportunity to try the Laksa dishes!
Culinary demonstrator – Agnes Chin
Originate from Sarawak but have been calling Hong Kong her home, Agnes never forgets her roots. She heads back to Kuching, a town in Sarawak, regularly to keep in touch with her family and friends, of course getting her much needed Sarawak Laksa when she is there. A cooking enthusiast, who loves to prepare the most delicious food for her family members.
She is now on a mission to promote Sarawak to the community of Hong Kong. And her first step is to share with everyone her culinary skills which she picked up from Sarawak.
About Hong Kong New Oriental Culinary Art
Established in 1988, with more than 20 years of experience to cultivate hundreds of cooking talent, New East Cuisine Education started the Hong Kong New Oriental Culinary Art in 2016. Over the last three years, they had started various cooking courses ranging from western food to Chinese cuisine, from baking to even latte art, etc. The courses are suitable for all ages and with classes designed especially for children as well.
The Edible Artists Global Academy Association (EAGAA) is a platform supporting all forms of edible arts and to support individuals who are active in the industry as professionals, apprentices or hobbyists. EAGAA supports Training Centers whose emphasis is to elevate the standards, quality and knowledge of these art forms.