About

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White + Wong’s ‘east meets west’ cuisine takes classic street foods from China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand – the noodles, soups, curries and delicious dumplings – and created an eclectic menu to pick and choose from to suit.

Flavoursome massaman and red curry pastes made from scratch. Oysters, and sashimi with freshly ground wasabi root. We’re not purists, so if it’s tasty, White + Wong’s are steaming it, frying it and serving it up fresh and fast. In some dishes you’ll find untouched classics like the bang bang chicken, and BBQ pork buns, while others, whole Peking Ducks, numbing & fragrant prawns and BBQ meats are our take on Chinese street food, tweaked and re-imagined. White + Wong’s brings big and fresh Asian flavours to New Zealand. We are located in the heart of Queenstown, right by Lake Wakatipu.

  • Alex Suter // Venue Manager

    Alex joined Good Group last year, coming on board for the opening of White and Wong’s Queenstown. Originally from Manchester, Alex studied Business and Marketing at Northumbria University and has worked in various roles the hospitality industry over the past 12 years. Upon leaving university Alex travelled through South America, Asia and Australia before deciding to make New Zealand home.

    Having worked in a variety of different Queenstown establishments from restaurants to wedding venues, Alex believes the secret to success is having the dream team behind you. Forming a fun and vibrant atmosphere for staff to grow and progress creates passion for the role.

  • Benjamin Moon // Head Chef

    Born and raised in South Korea, Ben started his chef’s career in 2002 in a small Japanese restaurant as a kitchen assistant.

    Having mostly worked in Asian restaurants, he moved to Auckland in 2010, where he worked as head sushi chef at The Langham Hotel before moving on to become Head Chef at a newly opening oyster bar. After this, he opened his own Japanese restaurant before deciding to sell this in order to learn variety of different cuisines to improve his knowledge.

    This has lead Ben to White and Wong’s Queenstown, where he is full of enthusiasm, skill sets and variety of experiences.