The third season of Netflix’s highly successful Chef’s Table show is set to air on 2 September and it’s all looking a little different this time.
Rather than focus on a mix of different chefs from across the gastronomic world, as with seasons one and two, the team have decided to focus specifically on a country: France. The episodes will be dedicated to France and the chefs inside the country, with the likes ofAlain Passard and Michel Troisgros featuring.
It’s an interesting idea to focus on a specific area, allowing the show to zone in on important gastronomic countries and how their cuisine has evolved. Starting with France for something like this is a given.
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