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Nicholas Tse to be Recognised as First Ever 'Friend of Michelin',
By SENATUS News | 29 October 2016

Nicholas Tse, celebrity Hong Kong actor, foodie and television chef, is set to be honoured at the upcoming inaugural Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate Gala Dinner, Senses: A Sensorial Gourmet Journey on 11 November held at Studio City, Macau. This exclusive event will feature a special fourteen-hands dinner prepared by seven international chefs, six of whom are recognized by the Michelin Guide.

During the Gala event, in addition to presenting a special dish, Nicholas Tse will take the stage with Michael Ellis, International Director of the Michelin Guides, and together, they will comment and share their thoughts on the vibrancy and the dynamism of the Chinese culinary scene.

Nicholas Tse is currently the host of Chef Nic (十二道鋒味), a food travelogue shot in locations from Africa to Finland,featuring international and Asian celebrity guests. In each episode, Tse goes in search of great cuisine and culturally unique dishes, while creating recipes of his own in the process. In addition to his show, Tse's passion for culinary can be seen in his own bakery, two cookie brands, and his eponymous brand of kitchen equipment.

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