Alan Wong Net Worth $1.1 Billion
Allan Wong is a chef and restaurateur with an estimated net worth of $1.1 billion. Allan was born in Tokyo to a Japanese mother and half-Hawaiian and half-Chinese father. He has worked on various eateries in Japan and Hawaii. Allan is most widely known as among the co-founders of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. Together, they came to form an organization that can develop a brand new American regional cuisine that will emphasize locally grown ingredients in Hawaii and its own diverse ethnic styles. Aside from Hawaii Regional Cuisine, Wong additionally possesses several restaurants in Hawaii at the same time as one in Japan which contribute to his estimated net worth of $1.1 billion. As a recognized individual in the restaurant industry, he appeared as a guest judge on the part among the season two finale of Top Chef. After the show’s contestants enjoyed a welcome luncheon prepared by Wong, they were challenged to cater his birthday luau. He also cooked a luau in the Whitehouse for President Obama for the annual White House Congressional picnic for members of the Congress and their families. Alan Wong was given Chef of the Year by Sante Magazine in 2001. In the same year, among his eateries was rated number six in the list of America’s Best Fifty Restaurants by Gourmet Magazine. He was the recipient of the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Pacific Northwest in 1996. He was acknowledged by Robert Mondavi Winery as one among 13 Climbing Chefs in America in 1994.