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She established the 2 am dessert bar in 2007. Wong launched a self-published cookbook in 2011 titled Perfection in Imperfection and co-authored a second cookbook in 2013 titled Dim Sum.


Wong won the title of Pastry Chef of the Year from the World Gourmet Summit Awards in 2011, 2013, and 2015, Best- Dessert Restaurant in IS Magazine's readers' poll 2012–2014,Young Woman of the Year from Her World in 2012, and the "Asia's Best Pastry Chef" award from Restaurant magazine in 2013 and 2014.


In December 2014, she set up an eponymous shop at the Gardens by the Bay. The shop focuses on pasty as art and is described as "interactive, edible art”.


She has opened a dessert bar in Melbourne, and, in 2016, she will expand the 2am brand to Tokyo and Hong Kong, where she has localized the menu.


Wong appeared on an episode of Master Chef Australia season 7, where she challenged contestants to recreate her intricate dessert.

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We are all foodies these days. Food has evolved dramatically and achieved iconic status as a statement, a piece of art, a means to tantalize our senses. The culinary world has become a realm unto itself.
9 out of 10 people have already experienced some form of gastronomy that is not regular run of the mill. And 1 out of 10 people experience starvation. There is something glaringly wrong with the Math. How can this be. It's surely not because of a LACK of food because we actually have an EXCESS of it.

HUG is a group of citizens that have come together to solve the equation. Food Excess = A Hunger Free Society. After numerous feeding programs and months of understanding the gaps, we are proud to launch Gift a meal with a HUG at World on a Plate.

What does this mean for sustainability?

Any restaurant or cafe can sign up to be a HUG certified restaurant. This allows the outlets to place table cards informing diners that if they choose to pay Rs. 30/- over and above their docked bill, HUG will ensure that it goes toward a hot meal for the underprivileged.
We know we're doing this right because our first pilot has already yielded 1000 meals for elder shelters in Bengaluru.
Please visit the HUG stall at World on a Plate to know more or join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/BangaloreHUG/