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Meet the Head Chef from The Dover Marina: Tung Li

PUBLISHED: 00:18 01 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:13 20 February 2013

Meet the Head Chef from The Dover Marina: Tung Li

Meet the Head Chef from The Dover Marina: Tung Li

A quick interview with the Head Chef from The Dover Marina: Tung Li...

Meet the Head Chef from The Dover Marina: Tung Li

Tell us a bit about yourself


I worked for Carnival Cruise Lines in Miami catering for up to 5,000 cruise passengers, then in 2001 I joined the Ramada Dover as head chef. In 2007 I went to work for sister hotel The Holiday Inn in Canterbury and in 2010 started at The Dover Marina as head chef



Your signature dish?


I have two creamy tarragon
chicken and sea bass with sizzled ginger and chilli (pictured)



Your top cookery tip?


Always try to use locally produced, fresh ingredients



Your biggest influence?


M father, who was a chef and
hotelier himself.



Your must-have gadget?


A good-quality set of knives.



Whod you like to cook for?

The Queen of England!

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