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Henry Ng

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Chicago Scenic Studios Inc

HQ Phone: (312) 274-9900

Email: h***@***.com

Chicago Scenic Studios Inc

1315 N. North Branch Street

Chicago, Illinois 60642

United States

Company Description

For more than 30 years, Chicago Scenic has worked closely with clients to create their definition of excitement. Our company philosophy is simple and straightforward - We'll do whatever it takes to deliver satisfaction - and excitement - to our clients. ... more

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Human Resources Executive
Chicago Scenic Studios Inc

Head Chef
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Aspen Times News for Aspen Colorado - Dining

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Ng opens iNg Cuisine

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Henry Ng, a veteran of several Aspen restaurants, has opened iNg Cuisine at the ABC.Aspen Times photo/Paul Conrad.
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Chef Henry Ng has moved around a bit in his 25 years in the valley.But Ng has confined his travels pretty much to downtown Aspen: Arthur's on Main Street when he first arrived in town in the late '70s; Fins at the Fireside Inn, under Shadow Mountain; Szechwan Gardens, where Kenichi now sits; Eastern Winds on Cooper Avenue; and, most recently, back to Main Street, where Ng was a key ingredient at Matsuhisa.
At 55, Ng has finally broken out of the commercial core.He has also, finally, entered the realm of the chef-owner.Two weeks ago, Ng and his wife, Amy, opened iNg Cuisine in the Aspen Business Center (the restaurant is pronounced "ing" and Ng is pronounced "ang.")
...
But it is the culmination of a long-held dream for Ng.
"I've thought about this for a long time," said the native of Taison, China."I want to create something that's my own experience, create a new cuisine."
Ng has plenty to draw from.At the age of 7, he began shopping and cooking for his family, which included five children.He trained in restaurants in Hong Kong before moving to Los Angeles in the mid-'70s.In 1979, he got a call from a Los Angeles friend that the highly regarded Chinese restaurant Arthur's needed kitchen help.Ng headed to Aspen.
As head chef at Arthur's, Ng brought the popular restaurant to a new level.It was included on a list of the 10 best restaurants in the country.After Arthur's experienced business troubles, Ng landed at Fins, where, for the first time, he experienced French cooking.He later returned to more familiar terrain at Szechwan Gardens and Eastern Winds.At Matsuhisa, his attention was divided between working the sushi bar, handling Chinese-food catering and training kitchen staff.
Ng says that all that experience has been turned into a cuisine with a unique touch.Some of the dishes at iNg are borrowed from other kitchens.But the Pepper Halibut, reduced in Chinese black vinegar and mirin; and Shrimp Yuzu Basil with fresh tomatoes, are new creations.
"All my life is cooking," said Ng.


Aspen Times News for Aspen Colorado - Dining

www.aspentimes.com [cached]

Ng opens iNg Cuisine

Click to Enlarge
Henry Ng, a veteran of several Aspen restaurants, has opened iNg Cuisine at the ABC.Aspen Times photo/Paul Conrad.
...
Chef Henry Ng has moved around a bit in his 25 years in the valley.But Ng has confined his travels pretty much to downtown Aspen: Arthur's on Main Street when he first arrived in town in the late '70s; Fins at the Fireside Inn, under Shadow Mountain; Szechwan Gardens, where Kenichi now sits; Eastern Winds on Cooper Avenue; and, most recently, back to Main Street, where Ng was a key ingredient at Matsuhisa.
At 55, Ng has finally broken out of the commercial core.He has also, finally, entered the realm of the chef-owner.Two weeks ago, Ng and his wife, Amy, opened iNg Cuisine in the Aspen Business Center (the restaurant is pronounced "ing" and Ng is pronounced "ang.")
...
But it is the culmination of a long-held dream for Ng.
"I've thought about this for a long time," said the native of Taison, China."I want to create something that's my own experience, create a new cuisine."
Ng has plenty to draw from.At the age of 7, he began shopping and cooking for his family, which included five children.He trained in restaurants in Hong Kong before moving to Los Angeles in the mid-'70s.In 1979, he got a call from a Los Angeles friend that the highly regarded Chinese restaurant Arthur's needed kitchen help.Ng headed to Aspen.
As head chef at Arthur's, Ng brought the popular restaurant to a new level.It was included on a list of the 10 best restaurants in the country.After Arthur's experienced business troubles, Ng landed at Fins, where, for the first time, he experienced French cooking.He later returned to more familiar terrain at Szechwan Gardens and Eastern Winds.At Matsuhisa, his attention was divided between working the sushi bar, handling Chinese-food catering and training kitchen staff.
Ng says that all that experience has been turned into a cuisine with a unique touch.Some of the dishes at iNg are borrowed from other kitchens.But the Pepper Halibut, reduced in Chinese black vinegar and mirin; and Shrimp Yuzu Basil with fresh tomatoes, are new creations.
"All my life is cooking," said Ng.


Aspen Times News for Aspen Colorado - News

www.aspentimes.com [cached]

Ng opens iNg

Click to Enlarge
Henry Ng, a veteran of several Aspen restaurants, has opened iNg Cuisine at the ABC.Aspen Times photo/Paul Conrad.
...
Chef Henry Ng has moved around a bit in his 25 years in the valley.But Ng has confined his travels pretty much to downtown Aspen: Arthur's on Main Street when he first arrived in town in the late '70s; Fins at the Fireside Inn, under Shadow Mountain; Szechwan Gardens, where Kenichi now sits; Eastern Winds on Cooper Avenue; and, most recently, back to Main Street, where Ng was a key ingredient at Matsuhisa.
At 55, Ng has finally broken out of the commercial core.He has also, finally, entered the realm of the chef-owner.Two weeks ago, Ng and his wife, Amy, opened iNg Cuisine in the Aspen Business Center.
...
But it is the culmination of a long-held dream for Ng.
"I've thought about this for a long time," said the native of Taison, China."I want to create something that's my own experience, create a new cuisine."
Ng has plenty to draw from.At the age of 7, he began shopping and cooking for his family, which included five children.He trained in restaurants in Hong Kong before moving to Los Angeles in the mid-'70s.In 1979, he got a call from a Los Angeles friend that the highly regarded Chinese restaurant Arthur's needed kitchen help.Ng headed to Aspen.
As head chef at Arthur's, Ng brought the popular restaurant to a new level.It was included on a list of the 10 best restaurants in the country.After Arthur's experienced business troubles, Ng landed at Fins, where, for the first time, he experienced French cooking.He later returned to more familiar terrain at Szechwan Gardens and Eastern Winds.At Matsuhisa, his attention was divided between working the sushi bar, handling Chinese-food catering and training kitchen staff.
Ng says that all that experience has been turned into a cuisine with a unique touch.Some of the dishes at iNg are borrowed from other kitchens.But the Pepper Halibut, reduced in Chinese black vinegar and mirin; and Shrimp Yuzu Basil with fresh tomatoes, are new creations.
"All my life is cooking," said Ng.


October PR Update

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Executive chef: Henry Ng

12. Prince Chinese Seafood Restaurant 2881 Grandview Hwy, Vancouver (604-261-8389)


Executive chef: Henry ...

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Executive chef: Henry Ng

12. Prince Chinese Seafood Restaurant 2881 Grandview Hwy, Vancouver (604-261-8389)

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