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Tastemakers Inspirational Women In Hong Kong's Food And Drink Scene To Follow In 2020

Inspirational Women In Hong Kong's Food And Drink Scene To Follow In 2020

Inspirational Women In Hong Kong's Food And Drink Scene To Follow In 2020
By Tatler Dining
March 08, 2020
These are just some of the leading women in Hong Kong, from chefs to mixologists, who give us food for thought

In celebration of International Women's Day 2020, we're shining the spotlight on the individuals who have made an impact on Hong Kong's food and drink scene. Follow these women—from talented wine advocates to pastry chefs and culinary entrepreneurs—for your daily serving of inspirational content. 

1/20 Vicky Lau, Tate Dining Room & Bar (@chefvickylau & @tatediningroom)

2/20 Lindsay Jang, Yardbird & Ronin (@lindsayjang)

3/20 Janice Leung Hayes, Honestly Green (@e_ting)

4/20 Yenn Wong, JIA Group (@yennwong)

5/20 Keti Mazzi, Certa (@ketimazzi & @certa.hk)

6/20 Sarah Heller, Master of Wine (@sarahhellermw)

7/20 May Chow, Little Bao Diner (@littlebaomay)

8/20 Gigi Ng, Ser Wong Fun (@gigipaulinang)

9/20 Peggy Chan, Nectar (@chefpeggychan)

10/20 Shelley Tai, Quinary (@kankantai)

11/20 Cathy Chon, CatchOn (@mamacattravels)

12/20 Joanna Yuen, Nobu (@joannayuenhk)

13/20 Hilda Chan, Disciples Escoffier (@hildas.thyme)

14/20 Jeannie Cho Lee, Master of Wine (@jeanniecholee)

15/20 Stephanie Wong, Roots (@stephanieknwong)

16/20 Victoria Chow, The Woods Nomadic (@torichow)

17/20 Amy Powell, Toasst Wines (@amymariepowell & @toasstwines)

18/20 Susan Jung, SCMP (@susanjunghkfood)

19/20 Heidi Spurrell, Food Made Good (@foodmadegoodhk)

20/20 Mandy Lee, Lady And Pups (@ladynpups)

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