He later met and married her mother, an Austrian native. While living in Paris, she worked part-time as an au pair and sold perfume at the upscale department store, Printemps.
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After successfully pitching UK publishers her concept for a new cookbook, Khoo opened a small restaurant to test recipes for her first English-language cookbook, The Little Paris Kitchen.
Fit for just two diners at a time, she prepared and served food out of her Paris flat in the Belleville neighborhood.
The Dai have their own distinct customs, cuisine, clothing and languages.
They are most numerous in Xishuabgbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture in southern Yunnan Province along the border with Laos.
Using social media to advertise the restaurant, she quickly attracted a large fan base.
Later, The Little Paris Kitchen: Cooking with Rachel Khoo, was commissioned as her first TV series with the BBC.
Her paternal family were Chinese immigrants to Malaysia and were part of the Khoo Kongsi clanhouse located in George Town, Penang.
Her father is Malaysian Chinese and emigrated from Ipoh to the UK at aged 16 in 1968, one year before the Malaysian riots.
After the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, the various Dai groups were unified by the Chinese government under one name Dai.