He was born into an environment surrounding love and respect for food and his enthusiasm for food makes him full of creative inspiration.
He has blended his experience in Japan, Bahamas and Singapore and created the unique and special Yūimu experience.
Firstly, Kelvin Wan took the time to hone his technical skills and cultivate his knowledge of traditional cuisine at some of Japan’s most highly respected Japanese restaurants.
His menu consisted of a variety of Japanese dishes.
For his experience most beloved signature dish was the Ebi Uniyaki:
deep-sea prawns, grilled to orange-gold perfection,
served with specially made uni (sea urchin) paste.
Started as a commis in a hotel’s restaurant, learning the fundamental culinary techniques. To further explore in to the culinary world, Japanese cuisine caught “his” attention.
Base knowledge for Japanese food started off 14 years ago through curiosity and interest in Japanese food and culture.
From Western cuisine background to Japanese cuisine, “he” started training under reputable chefs at one of the pioneer in Japanese style grill restaurant in Malaysia. And further polish skills at both well known and local Izakaya restaurants which specialize in grill food and ramen under influences and trainings of a Japanese chef for 7 years
Expertise in Japanese grilling, ramen and the background of western cuisine. The menu will have a twist of crossover.
At Omakase, Kelvin Wan showcases traditional, exquisite fare using the finest ingredients and the freshest, highest quality fish directly from the fresh market. His knowledge and passion towards food is reflected in every dish he creates. He crafts outstandingly unique takes on beloved Japanese dishes. Each of his creations is carefully placed on an exquisite plate and the aesthetics are nothing short of stunning.
Additionally, Kelvin Wan frequently visits Japan to gain inspiration and stage at top local restaurants to gain first-hand expert knowledge of the latest trends.
Take a deep dive into
Kelvin Wan’s Japanese culinary
with us in Yūimu