This past weekend, Austin chef Paul Qui, an admitted landlubber, braved wind and waves to win the San Pellegrino Cooking Cup, an international competition in which ten competing chefs from different countries prepare fancy food on moving boats in Venice, Italy. Despite looking a little dubious about the whole prospect…
The shy, edgy, friendly, shaggy, hardworking genius behind the most anticipated new Texas restaurant in years.
The Top Chef winner's long-awaited bricks-and-mortar restaurant will open June 20.
This weekend, dozens of well-known chefs, mixologists, sommeliers, and restaurateurs will descend upon Austin for the second annual Austin Food & Wine Festival. To prepare for this weekend’s food and wine festivities, Texas Monthly spoke with a few of the local and celebrity chefs from this year’s lineup. Here, Paul…
East Side King’s first bricks-and-mortar kitchen is now bringing beet fries, brussels sprouts, and wild ramen combinations to the legendary dive bar and rock venue.
The Top Chef winner tells Eater about his "flagship" restaurant, as well as plans for two new East Side Kings, including one near the University of Texas.
The $850 weekend delivered on the food, wine and great chefs, but it came with a side of long lines and harsh dust.
In the end, Top Chef: Texas gets one Texas thing right, as Austin's Paul Qui takes the crown.
The show moves to British Columbia, but takes a bit of Texas with it as Austin's Paul Qui of Uchiko and Houston native Sarah Grueneberg advance to next week's final.