Chef Ming Tsai, center, with executive chef Wilson Wieggel and co-owner Joey Giannuzzi, at Farmer's Table in Boca Raton. (Farmer's Table/Courtesy)
Ming Tsai — host of “Ming’s Quest” on Fine Living Network and “Simply Ming” on American Public Television — dined at Boca Raton’s Farmer’s Table on Tuesday night.
Tsai’s favorite dishes at the healthful eatery were Korean chicken wings, edamame shrimp dumplings, pan-seared sea scallops and roasted mushroom and goat cheese flat bread.
Tsai owns two restaurants in Massachusetts and is known for his fusion cuisine.
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