Solving the Chinese Puzzle

Henry Leung helped stock many Chinese restaurants in New York with fine wine. Now he's headed for Napa Valley
Nick Fauchald
Issue: September 30, 2004

Henry Leung can trace his passion for wine back to a September night in 1976, when he was a young waiter at David Keh's legendary Chinese restaurant on Manhattan's Upper East Side, David K's. It's a story the affable 57-year-old restaurateur tells often: "The New York Times food critic was in dining with a few friends," Leung recalls, "and David told me to give him the wine list and offer his party any bottle they desired, on the house.

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