Kylie Kwong Wiki, Age, Height, Spouse, Net Worth, Biography

Kylie Kwong is an Australian chef, restaurateur, author, and a television host. By nationality, she is now Australian but she belongs to China basically. She had started her career as a restaurateur, but now she is a very renowned personality as she has hosted many TV shows and written various books on cooking and foods.

Kylie KwongBorn: October 31, 1969, AD (47 Years Old)

Height: N/A

Relationship Status: In Relationship (Partner Name: Nell)

Net Worth: N/A

Income Sources

She has multiple sources of income as she is not dependent on only one profession. The major source of her income is from her restaurant business and host as a chef in the television. Apart from these, she earns plenty of income from the books writing and acting profession. Very few people know this about her. She is also a good TV actor.

Personal Background

She has not talked more about her personal life,still, some revelations are made by her regarding her life are made by her. Recently she has lost a baby that was expected to born which was a very heart-breaking moment for her. Talking about her past life, she had done her schooling from Epping North Public School. She had been in a relationship with a girl partner whose name id Nell and she is an actress.

Career Graph

She started her career by opening the first restaurant in the year 2000 in a partnership with celebrity chef Bill Granger who has formed that restaurant. Later she becomes the only owner of that restaurant. She was very conscious regarding the food to be sold in the restaurant and made it organic and bio dynamic foods restaurant which took her restaurant at a very high point in the year 2005. She has always synced her professional and career effort with her spiritual life as her professional life reflected Buddhism. Providing the customers a good food, healthy living style, and fresh food is her prime goals. She was also the winner of the award of the Herald Good Food Guide. Then after her successful and well growth in this sector, she started hosting various TV shows. Along with this, she has written a number of books like Recipes and stories, Simple Chinese Cooking, Heart and Soul, My China: A Feast for all the Senses from the year 2003 to the year 2008. Then after in 2011 her restaurant took a high growth as different joint dishes are offers provided to customers. Except this, she has also made a guest appearance in the Australian Chef Master shows.

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