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The finals featured Casey Thompson, Dale Levitski, and Hung Huynh at the world famous Aspen Mountain Club. The chefs cooked their best three course meals and, as an added twist, had to prepare their dishes in the same kitchen.
Michelle Bernstein, Rocco DiSpirito and Todd English made special guest appearances to serve as sous chefs for the contestants. Todd assisted Dale, Michelle assisted Casey, and Rocco assisted Hung. To add some additional pressure, head judge Tom Colicchio told the chefs that they had to prepare an additional fourth course. To help the chefs, former contestants CJ, Howie, and Sara returned. CJ helped Dale, Howie helped Casey, and Sara helped Hung.
The Top Chef finale dinner was served to the judges, the sous chefs, and former Top Chef contestant Brian Malarkey. After the meal, the three finalists received feedback from the judges. The judges agreed that two courses went to Hung and two courses went to Dale.
At the live part of the finale, Casey, Dale, and Hung joined host Padma Lakshmi and the judges in Chicago. Padma Lakshmi announced that the winner of Top Chef 3 was Hung Huynh. Hung said “I’m so excited. I worked so hard to get here and to prove myself and to have so much support from America. I’m speechless.”
Here's some info about Hung:Hung Huynh lives in Las Vegas but he is originally from Vietnam.
Hung’s favorite recipe is heirloom tomatoes, with dashes of balsamic vinegar, basil, mint and extra virgin olive oil with an emphasis on virgin.
His profession is Sous Chef, and more specifically a Guy Savoy.
Hung describes himself as athletic, Buddhist, a college graduate, and chef.