The Sunday Telegraph, 15th June "Kwong writes with a chatty, easy style, and her enthusiasm for Chinese food bounces off the pages! the book is packed with excellent recipes and beautiful photographs of market stalls and mountain kitchens." Sainsbury's Magazine, August 08 "Beautifully packaged, with a red and gold cover and printed on lovely matt paper, this is an addictive, utterly absorbing feast of treats - definitely not to be missed." --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Kylie Kwong was born in Sydney to a fourth-generation Australian-Chinese family. She learned the fundamentals of Cantonese cooking at her mother's side, and then went on to hone her skills with several of Australia's most respected chefs. After working at some of Sydney's finest restaurantsRockpool, Wockpool and Restaurant ManfrediKylie realised her dream of pouring her heart and soul into her own restaurant, billy kwong, in Sydney's Surry Hills.
Content good - quality of the printing and images very disappointing. Based on the quality of one of her previous books I bought this - mistake. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mountain Rose
This is a really nice, oversized cookbook with lot of great pictures. Great addition to my collection of Chinese cookbooks.Published 12 months ago by LamFam
I have yet to receive this item i have been waiting when can somebody let me know it was to have been a christmas presentPublished on December 23, 2012 by rodney61
This cookbook has some great recipes although it devotes a lot of space to being a travel log as Kylie explores her heritage roots. Read morePublished on May 17, 2011 by PG
I thought it would be more of a cook book, but, it's a book about her experiences traveling and living in China. Read morePublished on August 26, 2010 by Stuart H. Borken
Outstanding book. I saw it at a freinds home and couldn't wait to get it. The recipes are so easy and the travle story of her life is intrieging. Read morePublished on May 10, 2010 by Graton H. Ortseifer