Christine Ha, Executive Chef
Christine Ha is best known for being the blind winner of “MasterChef” with Gordon Ramsay in 2012. Following her televised win, she authored the New York Times best-selling cookbook, Recipes from My Home Kitchen; co-hosted the cooking show, “Four Senses” on AMI Canada; and was a judge on “MasterChef” Vietnam. Ha has served as a culinary envoy on behalf of the American Embassy as part of culinary diplomacy initiatives around the globe.
Ha was born in southern California and spent most of her life in Texas. Her parents were Vietnamese refugees, and she grew up familiar with southeast Asian flavors. Ha loves all cuisines, however, saying traveling and trying local dishes of a particular country or region inspires her own cooking and fuels her culinary creativity.
The Blind Goat at Bravery Chef Hall in Houston is Ha’s first restaurant.
About The Blind Goat
Nhau is the Vietnamese word for the act of convivial eating and drinking.
The Blind Goat is a modern Vietnamese gastropub from Christine Ha, winner of MasterChef season 3.
At The Blind Goat, we want to foster a vibrant atmosphere, a casual eatery where you can grab a bite or beverage with friends, family, and colleagues. It is a place to kick back, enjoy the everyday, and celebrate the joys in life, both big and small.