~ Greg Evans ~

Chef Gregory Evans

Award-winning, innovative Chef, featured on TV with an exceptional record of service and strong history of culinary creations. My name is Gregory Evans and I am the founder and head chef of Kulinary Kings. 

My love of cooking developed as a child spending time with my mother in the kitchen.  I am self- proclaimed “mama’s boy”.  She was a single mom and didn’t have much but she was a great cook and could make what seemed like a gourmet meal out of the simplest ingredients.   After taking some detours in life, I decided to pursue what really made me happy . . . cooking.  When I experienced a job lay-off a few years ago, I realized that life is too short and decided to pursue my passion of cooking.  I often say the kitchen saved me as it has taught me patience, discipline and has become my “voice”. I try to return my blessings to my local community by doing pro- bono work, hiring/mentoring young men and women who aspire to be culinary professions as well as offering affordable but unique dining experience to the urban communities.

Chef Greg is based in Central NJ and serves clients in the NJ, NY and Philadelphia area.  

He is married and has two daughters.  When he is not working, he loves to travel and cheer on the Dallas Cowboys.

Press and Appearances

Remy Martin Circle of Centaurs, 2017 Semi-finalist, April 2017

Thumbtack’s Best of 2016 and 2015 Awards, Recognized for consistent, favorable reviews from clients (October 2016 and October 2015)

Culinary Judge, Food Network’s Chopped Open Your Basket Promotion, (May 2015)
Semifinalist, Spike TV’s Frankenfood’s “Taste of the Turnpike” Episode (June 2014)
Winner, 1st Place – Category of Professional Chef, Delta Sigma Theta’s Central Jersey Alumnae Men Who Cook Contest (May 2014)

Part of the 2014 Culinary Team that worked the XLVIII Superbowl game in East Rutherford, NJ (February 2014)

Professional Affiliations

Black Culinary Alliance Global


Raritan Valley Food & Beverage Management Program, Raritan, NJ
ServSafe®, Certificate, Food Handling