Getting away from white tablecloths and Beethoven, the new series by the makers of 'Chef's Table', 'Street Food', will take to the streets in nine Asian countries.
A new subject and format, but you can still expect plenty of hi-res, slo-mo shots of ingredients being tossed in a wok. Just like 'Chef's Table', 'Street Food' will focus on the lives of chefs, this time, the ones who work in hawker stalls across Asia and use it as a prism to uncover a culture.
Chefs Table creator David Gelb is executive producer and is joined by collaborators Brian McGinn, Andrew Fried, and Dane Lillegard.
Street Food will travel to destinations in nine different countries for its first series titled 'Street Food Asia' - Thailand, India, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.
Featured in this trailer is Jay Fai, owner of the first on-street restaurant in Bangkok to receive a Michelin star. Also featured 100-year-old Mbah Lindu, who serves jackfruit stew in a market in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Wanton noodle legend Master Tang features in the Singapore episode.
Here's what you can expect from the first series of 'Street Food' -
Jay Fai (crab omelette, tom yum soup, drunken noodles)
Khun Suthep (hand-pulled BBQ pork noodles)
Jek Pui (curries)
Toyo (tuna cooked with a blowtorch)
Mr. Kita (takoyaki)
Dalchand Kashyap (chaat)
Mohamed Rehan (nihari)
Karim’s (seekh kebabs)
Dharmender Makkan (chole bhature)
Mbah Satinem (jajan pasar)
Leonarda Tjahjono (jajan pasar)
Mbah Lindu (gudeg)
Yasir Ferry Ismatrada (mie lethek)
Grace Chia Hui Lin (fish head soup)
Uncle Goat (goat stew)
Li-Hua and Liu-Zhu (chicken rice)
Tsui-Eh (tofu pudding)
Seoul, South Korea
Cho Yonsoon (knife-cut noodles)
Gunsook Jung (soy-marinated crab)
Gumsoon Park and Sangmi Chu (mung bean pancakes)
Jo Jungja (rice fried in a waffle maker)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Anh Manh (pho)
This episode will also focus on banh mi and com tam vendors
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