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At the helm of the spectacular dishes offered at Opal Chinese Cuisine is the award-winning chef, Horace He. With 20+ years executive chef experience at some of Los Angeles's most renowned Asian restaurants, Chef He adds his unique California flair to traditional Cantonese specialties, combining them into Southern Chinese dining events not found elsewhere. Heading up our talented front of the house team, Manager Thomas Yeung warmly welcomes guests to Opal's Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner in San Gabriel. Highly experienced in both restaurant operations and staff supervision, Mr. Yeung manages all types of dining events - from romantic dinners to full Cantonese banquets. Come reserve your table tonight.
Executive Chef Horace He at Opal Chinese Cuisine Blvd, california

Executive Chef Horace He

Since 1988, Horace joined the culinary team at famed Ching Ping Restaurant in Guangzhou. Ching Ping Restaurant was famous for exquisite Cantonese Cuisine and was recognized as one of the best restaurants by then Mayor of Guangzhou. In 1998, Horace won first place in a Cooking Competition in Ching Ping Restaurant. Subsequently, Horace represented Ching Ping Restaurant in the Citywide Cooking Competition and received an award. In 2001, Horace was nominated by City of Guangzhou to compete in the National Cooking Competition. Horace won an award in the Cantonese Cuisine category. Horace left Ching Ping Restaurant after 13 years of service and joined the newly developed Yung Ah Villa in Dongguan, specialized in upscale Cantonese Cuisine. In 2004, Horace and family moved to Los Angeles. He worked for Ocean Seafood Restaurant in Chinatown, King Hua Restaurant in Alhambra, Mission 261 Restaurant in San Gabriel, and landed in Millennium Biltmore Hotel in 2013 to open Bugis Street Brasserie specialized in Singaporean Chinese Cuisine. In 2018, Horace joined Sheraton San Gabriel to open Opal.
Manager Thomas Leung at Opal Chinese Cuisine Blvd, california

Manager Thomas Leung

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