Cheong Liew is one of South Australia’s real food heroes. He initially studied to be an engineer but instead became a chef, restaurateur, teacher and culinary icon.
Cheong moved from Malaysia to Australia in 1969. He received his first critical acclaim for his Adelaide restaurant Neddy’s. However, he is probably best known for his prestigious restaurant The Grange, which opened in the Adelaide Hilton Hotel in 1995 and closed in 2009.
Cheong has a reputation for creative cuisine and his food philosophy is that, "all food tastes better shared."
Victor Liong, Cheong Liew and Nic Watt at The Glasshouse Kitchen, Town Square - SOLD OUT
A Few of my Favourite Things with Cheong Liew, Town Square - SOLD OUT
Eel bites Emu with Cheong Liew and Victor Liong, Adelaide Central Market