MULU culinary team comprises of the most passionate people from various background and nationalities. Please allow us to take you on a journey to the ultimate culinary experience in Beijing, serving the one and only hutong cuisine in China.
Chef Tiff is recognized as one of the few best female chefs in Beijing. She is the oil in the MULU gear works- she makes sure that everything in the kitchen works in pristine order. Prior to honing her skills in Western cuisine, she was the first female teppanyaki chef in Toronto where she grew up. With more than 20 years of experience in various 5-star hotels such as Fairmont and Westin in North America and Beijing, Chef Tiff has attained a unique "savoir faire". She joined MULU as a partner where she can present her culinary talent spanning from Japanese to Western dishes sprinkling some local flavors and elements, giving birth to hutong cuisine, the one and only in China, and will sure give you a global gastronomic experience like none before. She looks forward to planting huge smiles on MULU guests as they partake in her meticulously prepared dishes of love. Remember to ask for Chef Tiff's laksa risotto which will blow you away.
Happy-go-lucky Chef Kai is another oil in the MULU gear works. With the passion for creating original dishes like none before, he joins MULU as a partner and restaurateur to further develop hutong cuisine. Chef Kai was Irish-trained in hospitality management and owns a Masters degree in International Business. His culinary experience started in Dublin, and upon his return to China in 2010, he helped set up Capital M and East Beijing Hotel's restaurants where he was the senior sous chef. In 2014, his team won first in CCTV 2's Master Chef competition. He has also been selected as the infamous BBC Channel's food consultant for their food discovery documentary in China. Chef Kai is not just a chef with eyes for details in plating but his love for food is vivid. He is ready anytime to take every guest stroll the hutong to find the finest and most comfortable hutong dining in MULU - the ultimate culinary experience in Beijing.
An avid painter, cook and nature lover, Jasmine’s passion for food, culture and the arts, combined with her relentless drive to enhance the China-Malaysia and China-ASEAN cross-cultural relationship, has inspired her to found MULU. MULU is also very personal and dear to her, and is dedicated to her mother, Mui, who is her spiritual mentor and love of her life. Jasmine envisions MULU as the haven where guests can relax, experience different cultures, appreciate the true meaning of good food and the arts, and more importantly, to take time to savor the gifts of our heritage. She is very proud to have the two best chefs in her eyes to join her together to make each and every one of MULU's guests to feel loved through their creation of hutong cuisine. Occasionally, Jasmine cooks her famous laksa Sarawak and Taiwanese beef noodles, when she is not too busy working on her film and reality show projects which also relates to food.