New Ruby Chef – Chin Wong

Chin Wong began his culinary career at a young age, working in a restaurant, at the age of 16 years old. He took on the role of apprentice and working with the Chef, preparing food, washing dishes, shopping at the food market and doing all the hands on work. Absolutely everything down to washing toilet!

At the age of 8, he was inspired by his mother, who was a very good cook, he learnt how to make scrambled and fried eggs, and even today making scrambled eggs is still his favourite. He cooked for the family of five at the age of 11 years old.

He knew at his very young age that becoming a great chef needs determination, hard work and experience. At the age of 17, he was fortunate to work as an apprentice with Tai Thong Restaurant at Malaysia, which is now a huge award winning restaurant group. Tai Thong is a Chain of Chinese Restaurants serves up the best with a contemporary twist, attention to details, making the exceptional and truly memorable wedding banquet, for more information visit,

Chin Wong has gained all his knowledge and skills which enabled him to dream high, being one of the Chefs in top restaurant, he fulfilled his desire to work abroad just like any Asian Child with the ambition of studying aboard. At the age of 20, he has landed his first overseas chef employment with the Chinese Take Away;  Wok Wagon at Cheltenham, the business now has 12 branches.

As a stepping stone, Chin Wong managed to regain his Chef position working in the Chinese Restaurant at the age of 25 with Ruby Cheltenham, working as a chef for exquisite Hong Kong style Chinese dishes and dim sum serving 30 tables. He continued his advancement on his culinary career by taking on a new challenge of cooking for a buffet styles restaurant, hence he moved to Ripples Restaurant at the age of 28 years old.

At the age of 31, Chin Wong has vast chef experiences in restaurant, take away and buffet style cooking and his fast and high flame cooking style is always amazed others.  These gave him a tremendous confidence to run his business and in return he is able to enjoy the village lifestyle with his loving wife and two wonderful children. Running his own take away business, New Ruby at Audley is not easy, especially at the beginning of his journey as he has no support as compared to running a big restaurant.

However after 3 years of hard work he is now managed to employ a few staff, this give him some time to bring back his passion of exquisite and authentic Malaysian and fine restaurant style food.

He is always welcomes requests for authentic style cooking.