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Molihua, meaning ‘Jasmine’ in Chinese, is an elevated Asian dining experience serving Japanese cuisine, dim sum, and dessert offerings in a stunning setting and atmosphere. Michelin starred Chef Ho Chee Boon oversees the restaurant operations along with acclaimed Chef Hideki Hiwatashi. The innovative menu will feature authentic dishes paired with unique flavor profiles made with high-quality ingredients.

About Chef Ho Chee Boon

Chef Ho Chee Boon is a Michelin-starred chef with over 35 years of experience at some of the world’s most renowned Asian restaurants, such as Hakkasan Global, Turandot in Moscow, Breeze in Bangkok and East Ocean in Hong Kong. In 2012, he expanded his culinary horizon to the U.S. by launching Hakkasan New York, earning a Michelin star within just eight months of its inauguration, followed by a second consecutive Michelin star in October 2013. As the International Executive Chef of the Hakkasan group, Chef Ho spearheaded the launch of additional Hakkasan locations across the U.S., including San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Beverly Hills, while also supervising operations in global destinations like Dubai, Mumbai, and Doha. His international culinary expertise transforms any restaurant and its cuisine into a memorable epicurean experience.

About Chef Hideki Hiwatashi

Hideki Hiwatashi boasts a resume of rigorous Japanese culinary training and impressive leadership roles in the industry.  He began his career in culinary training in Kyoto where he spent 13 years at the prestigious Kikunoi Roan working his way through the ranks.  Hideki remained there until 2010, seeing the restaurant gain two Michelin stars during his tenure as head chef. Prior to his current role, Chef Hideki opened Hakkasan Group’s London-based Japanese fine-dining restaurant Sake no Hana to rave reviews.