Singaporean Chef William Soh Debuts at Satay Inn Fiesta in Hong Kong

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Food - Changi Village Hotel Saltwater Cafe - Executive Chef William So

Changi Village Hotel Saltwater Cafe – Executive Chef William So

20 November 2012, Hong Kong – Sino Group of Hotels’ Satay Inn in Hong Kong now offers locals the original flavours of Singapore from 13 November 2012 to 13 December 2012.

Executive Chef William Soh from Changi Village Hotel Saltwater Cafe has over three decades of culinary skills and leadership in the Singapore culinary scene.  He started off as an assistant cook at Temenggong Airport Catering in 1980, Chef William is now a celebrity Chef and author of recipe cookbook Taste of Nostalgia.  Chef William’s signature dishes include Singapore Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Cod Fish Hor Fun, Mee Siam, Roti Prata, BBQ Sirlion Steak, Lamb and meats.

I had the honour of trying his white carrot cake and that melts in your mouth as you bite into the crispy outer layer of fried egg.  Not on the menu but it has to be one of the bests fried carrot cake I’ve ever tasted.

Food - Chang Vilage Hotel Salt Water Cafe - Food shots

Satay Inn Fiesta is a collaboration with Singapore linked associations including Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore Airlines and other organisations.  Chef William Soh will station in Hong Kong to undertake an exchange tournament to share his culinary knowledge of Singapore dishes and passion at the six dining outlets of Sino Group of Hotels.  He will impart his popular and secret recipes to the Chef teams of Satay Inn at Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, the Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers, Kowloon Bay and various restaurants at City Garden Hotel, Island Pacific Hotel, Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel and the Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers through to December.

Chef Soh has also specially flown in herbs from Singapore such as Coriander Seed, Chilli Powder, Cardamon Pod, Cumin, Cinnamon Bark, Anise Star, Mustard Seed and Garam Masala.

Get a taste of Chef William Soh’s dishes in Hong Kong.

13 November to 13 December 2012

  • The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers – Satay Inn
  • Kowloon Bay Exchange Tower – Satay Inn


13 November 2012 to 5 December 2012

  • Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel – Satay Inn
  • City Garden Hotel – Garden Cafe
  • The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers – Cafe on the PARK
  • Island Pacific Hotel – IP Cafe


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