Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Seattle Pan Asian Chef competes on Food Network

Deba Wegner
Recipe for Success, Inc.
Chef Thoa Nguyen- Restaurateur
Chinoise-Sushi Bar & Asian Grill
Issaquah Highlands
• 936 Park Drive • Issaquah, WA 98029 •
Wabi Sabi-Sushi Bar & Restaurant  
Columbia City
• 4909 Rainer Ave South • Seattle, WA 98118 •


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Seattle, WA April 29, 2015
In January of this year, Seattle chef Thoa Nguyen competed on national television. The format of this popular show pits two professional chefs against one another for the opportunity to do battle with TV personality/chef Bobby Flay. The episode featuring Chef Thoa is titled “Homeland” and will air this upcoming May 14th - check local cable provider for times.  The results of the rivalry will not be known until that time. “The experience was great. I had fun and thank everyone who made this possible for me”, says Chef Thoa. For those who haven’t met Thoa, she is seemingly mild mannered, petit, funny and exceedingly friendly by nature. Beneath her lovely fa├žade, pulsates a competitor who can only be compared to a fierce, white tiger. Whatever the results of this encounter: Chef Thoa, the contestant, will prove to be entertaining!                
About Chinoise & Wabi Sabi Restaurants:
                       Founded in Seattle by chef, restaurateur Thoa Nguyen, Chinoise Cafe & Wabi Sabi Sushi Bar are contemporary Pan Asian restaurants defined by their fresh, beautiful food from sushi to pho, wok dishes to summer salad rolls. Approachable Asian, affordable, fun, friendly and authentic, since 1996. 
                       In 2015, Chef Nguyen was a contestant on Beat Bobby Flay, Food Network. Chef Thoa was also profiled by National Public Radio for their Last Days in Vietnam program, premiering April 28 in 2015.


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