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Learn the Secrets: Chinese Cooking

Fortune House Seafood Restaurant (Metrotown Mall) - 2199A-4700 Kingsway, Burnaby

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Food connections support food sustainability and education through unique project launches in the city. We hold pop-up dinner events with a story-telling theme and cooking classes to highlight the authenticity in traditional cultural cuisine, while bridging community in our ethnically diverse city.

Learn the secrets behind making traditional Chinese Dim Sum and two of the most popular dishes in Cantonese cuisine.


  1. Steamed Shrimp Dumplings
  2. Sticky Rice Wrapped in Bamboo Leaf
  3. Traditional Soy Sauce Chicken
  4. Deep Fried Pipa Tofu or Sweet & Sour Chicken
  5. Our #1 Dessert: Golden Yolk Custard Lava Buns

Date: Fridays throughout October. 3-7pm.

Location: Fortune House Seafood Restaurant (inside Metrotown mall)
Address: 291A-4700 Kingsway, Metropolis at Metrotown, Burnaby

Dinner included after class: 6:30pm onwards (6-course menu, specially designed for us)

You can't have a cooking class without a feast!
Sit down, relax and have a glass of wine as enjoy the food we just prepared. The special menu will also feature some of the top dishes from Fortune House, including fresh locally sourced seafood dishes.

Let us know what your top dishes are at Fortune House! Dinner's on us!

About the Chefs

Led by the Executive Chef of Fortune House Seafood Restaurant, Chef Wing Ho, is the holder of a “Best of the Best" award and gold medalist winner at the 2008 World Championship of Chinese Cuisine in Beijing, China. He is the former head chef of the Ritz Carlton in Shanghai.

Elaine is the founder of Food Connections. She holds a Master Degree in Food Culture & Communications from Italy, and spent a period of time teaching cooking to vulnerable communities in London, UK, with the Food Academy, former Jamie Oliver Ministry of Food Foundation. She developed a food curriculum for cooking and nutrition in schools, and has been teaching since 2005. Elaine specializes in menu design, recipe development, and is a food consultant and educator for Food Connections.