Netflix is a great resource for educative, fun or inspiring food-related entertainment.
If, like us, you enjoy a good cooking show to chill out or some armchair travel escapism, check out our list below. These are our top picks of the Netflix latest food shows that will inspire and entertain this month:
What's new for February 2020 on Netflix
The Chef Show (V3 out on 19 February)
Writer Jon Favreau and food truck owner and chef Roy Choi return to cook more incredible dishes with celebrity friends from both Hollywood and the food industry.
Restaurants on the Edge (Out on 29 February, Season 1)
For those that love makeover programs, this new docuseries will satisfy - watch as three experts turn failing waterfront restaurants into incredible jaw-dropping locations.
Crazy Delicious (due early 2020)
The brand new format cooking competition has its head in the clouds quite literally, with Heston Blumenthal acting as a "Food God" passing judgement on the offerings of the experimental contestants from the heavens. It's wacky and it's one of a kind.
Find out more about Crazy Delicious
Desolate (2018) - on Netflix 6 February
Watch as the drama unfolds for a family of farmers living through a draught.
French Toast (2015) - on Netflix 12 February
One for all you romantic foodies on Valentine's day! A family recipe for French toast, a chef and a cookbook. It's got all the foodie bases covered.
Still time to watch ...
Somebody feed Phil
Phil Rosenthal, the writer of Everybody Loves Raymond, travels the globe taking in the local cuisine and culture of Bangkok, Lisbon, Mexico City and more. Entertaining viewing.
Director Matthew Salleh tells the story of barbecue: from Texas to the Syrian border, as he examines this simple ritual of cooking meat over the flame and its function in our culture.
The Birth of Saké
A beautifully filmed documentary giving insight into the complicated process of producing sake through the eyes of the family-owned Yoshida Brewery.
Watch The Birth of Saké on Netflix.
Salt Fat Acid Heat
Samin Nostrat (author of the James Beard Award-winning book) explores the four ‘holy grail’ elements of cooking: salt, fat, acid and heat. A must watch for home cooks.
Watch Salt Fat Acid Heat on Netflix.
The inspiring 2015 "beating the odds" documentary that follows acclaimed chef Curtis Duffy and his journey towards opening restaurant Grace, in Chicago. After the film was shot in 2012, Grace went on to get three Michelin stars in 2014, but has closed since Duffy left in December 2017.
The filmmakers behind Chef's Table turn their camera lenses on to roadside stands and markets to serve up deliciousness for the masses in Street Food.
Watch Street Food on Netflix here
Last chance to see...
Mind of a chef (leaves march 2020)
Last chance to watch this all-rounder produced and narrated by Anthony Bourdain as the late chef legend offers fascinating insight into chefs’ worlds through travel, history and more, featuring well-known chefs.