A restaurant owner and operator in New York City, Schoenfeld has developed scores of trend-setting restaurants and food concepts since the 1970s and is known for his culinary and hospitality standards of excellence.
His scholarly knowledge of Chinese cuisine and history as a key player in the introduction and development of delicious, authentic, regional Chinese cooking in the US since the early 1970s, makes him a uniquely qualified specialist in Asian culinary concepts.
In addition to consulting, Schoenfeld has published articles in New York Magazine, Saveur Magazine, and The Art of Eating. He has been a regular guest on the radio shows Food Talk with Arthur Schwartz, the Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC, on Mike Colameco’s Real Food on PBS Television. He curates and conducts tours of New York’s three Chinatowns, most recently for the Smithsonian Museum and The Asia Society; he has taught Chinese cooking classes at New York’s Institute of Culinary Education; Careers through Culinary Arts Program or C-Cap, New York Riker’s Island Fresh Start, and privately.GET THE RECIPE>