About Chef partner Perry
For the past 1 years, Perry Cheung has been the chef partner at Phorage in beautiful Los Angeles. The restaurant holds up to 50 guests and specializes in Vietnamese cuisine. With over 10 years of experience, Perry wows us with a signature dish "Washugyu beef pho".
Press & Awards
Esquire channel's Knife Fight episode 208 Asian Culinary battles winner 2014 filmed and taped in las vegas http://www.thrillist.com/eat/los-angeles/the-8-best-vietnamese-restaurants-in-la-thrillist-los-angeles http://www.discoverlosangeles.com/blog/best-pho-restaurants-los-angeles http://www.latimes.com/food/dailydish/la-dd-11-best-banh-mi-not-in-westminster-20140305-story.html#page=1 http://www.laweekly.com/squidink/2013/07/23/now-open-phorage-in-palms http://la.eater.com/places/phorage http://www.tastingtable.com/entry_detail/la/14457/Phorage.htm
Perry 's Bio
Born and raised in New York City Perry decided to move to San Francisco in 2004 to pursue a culinary education at the Le cordon bleu institution. Shortly the completion of his culinary courses he joined the Slanted Door team working with Chef Charles Phan. Wanting to pursue owning his own restaurant he relocated to Los Angeles in 2010. He took over the old Chego space and opened Phorage with his friend Eric Cho and cousin Jesse Duron. Soon after opening, Phorage was featured in Eater LA’s Top 20 Places to Eat Now list, Thrillist 8 Best Vietnamese restaurants in LA and LA Times “11 Best Banh Mi Sandwiches” in Los Angeles. Phorage is a Vietnamese eatery offering fresh, local and sustainable ingredients to their guests. Perry has appeared and won on The Esquire channel's Knife Fight and Culinary Battles 2014. He is currently working on expanding Phorage as well as actively supporting local charities and foundations.