Chef Ed Quimson, 48, dies from heart failure

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that "Chef Ed Quimson, whose creative interpretations of Spanish and Filipino cuisines such as the paella tinola graced the tables of many of the country's most popular restaurants, died early Sunday morning, March 10. He was 48."

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that "Chef Ed Quimson, whose creative interpretations of Spanish and Filipino cuisines such as the paella tinola graced the tables of many of the country's most popular restaurants, died early Sunday morning, March 10. He was 48."

 

The report revealed: "Quimson, who was confined at a hospital where he was recovering from an angiogram operation last week, died at 4:30 a.m. on from ’congestive heart failure that led to a heart attack.’"

 

The report further noted: "In his long career in the food and beverage industry, Quimson, who already had a heart bypass operation years ago, had been the chef at several restaurants, notably Via Mare, the well-loved Spanish restaurant La Tasca and his own Chef's Ed's. Most recently, he opened Petra and Pilar with Katrina Ponce-Enrile in Makati and Tres Cuisine at the SM City North EDSA."

 

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