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Yan Nguyen, Chef at Martini Terrazza

About Yan Nguyen, Chef at Martini Terrazza

My name is Yan Nguyen. I’m happy to live and create in a city of chestnuts and endless quays of the blue-grey Dnipro River. Did I dream about becoming a chef in a cap? Of course, not! I was an ordinary mischievous guy full of brilliant ideas. I was as mischievous as a monkey. But I always knew what I wanted. I wanted to dance. And my life was for a long time connected with the art of movement. This is definitely my element. And thoughts about food and its creation were mainly shaped in my crazy head by bright images from my childhood.
  • Salmon that tastes delicate and looks so tender: recipe with yogurt and pear is a real must-have. Leave behind old patterns and stereotypes. It’s a high time for something new and exciting!

Marinated Salmon with Pear and Yogurt Sauce

You might know all fish places, but I really doubt you are aware of all fish recipes in the world. Some recipes are very simple and easy to cook. Until someone shares them with you, you’ll never get the secrets. Yes, that’s a kind of magic. How to properly perform never-yet-seen magic out of blue

  • Yan Nguyen, Chef at Martini Terrazza

Asian Style Beef Tartare Recipe

I love meat. I love it madly and tenderly. Juicy meat flesh surprisingly well combines harsh flavours of spices and delicate taste of fibers. Accurately chopped into even cubes, it gives a great mosaic-effect contrast with the bright green of cucumber. It can taste so differently: salty, flat, peppered, hot, sweetish or with a bit

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Strawberry Gazpacho with Chinese five-spice powder and prawns

I've devoted my every spare moment to my favourite blog and project Food’n’Chef these past two weeks. And I must admit, this is not an easy task. Strawberry Gazpacho with Chinese five-spice powder and prawns Recipe Recipe Type: Soup Cuisine: Thai Cuisine Ingredients Strawberry 150 g + 30 g for tartar 30 g cucumber 30