Top Chef's Controversial Hung Wins — and Says He Deserves It
In the end, after 14 episodes and 27 competitions, Hung Huynh was declared the winner of Bravo's Top Chef Season 3. The 29-year-old executive sous chef at Guy Savoy in Las Vegas, who was born in Vietnam and trained in both Asian and classic French cooking, was the season's most controversial competitor (he was accused of not playing well with others). The morning after he won the $100,000, a gourmet vacation and some other nifty prizes, Hung told us why he really is the best.
TVGuide.com: Tell the truth — did you know you were going to win?Hung Huynh: I had a good feeling; I felt pretty confident, but it could have gone any way. I had no idea except after we watched the show last night, and then I felt even more confident.
TVGuide.com: If you hadn't won, who of all the other competitors this season would you have wanted to see as the new Top Chef? Hung: Definitely Tre...
Fri, Oct 5, 2007