Don't slam me over S'wak Laksa and cooking oil, says Chef Wan

Modified 29 Oct 2016, 9:30 am

Celebrity chef Redzuwan Ismail, better known as Chef Wan, told critics not to blame him for the waste of 1,500 servings of Sarawak laksa or his comments on the increase in cooking oil prices.

Chef Wan, who was present when a local mall in Sarawak yesterday set a record with the largest bowl of Sarawak Laksa, had received flak after it was revealed the food was thrown out afterwards.

He was also criticised for suggesting healthier alternatives to cook in response to an increase in cooking oil prices.

On the Sarawak Laksa, Chef Wan explained that he was only there as a guest.

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