Personal chefs are in demand now with diners looking for curated meals

Hossein has been a personal chef for two years now and serves a range of high-end clients. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

Against the backdrop of a spotless kitchen, 31-year-old Hossein Karimi is hard at work – alternately chopping, frying and plating with an energetic exuberance that never seems to waver.

At one point, he pulls out a large slab of meat and begins moulding chunks of it around a long, wide skewer.

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