While sitting in a restaurant, waiting for or already enjoying a delicious meal, you might think “Who did that? What was he thinking while creating that mouthwatering dish?”. Chef’s table, a Netflix originals series, now answers that question.
When I’m creating a dish there’s a song in my head
Chef’s Table offers a unique look inside the kitchen of six of the world’s most ambitious chefs. Each episode hereby focuses on only one chef, his art of preparing food and also his personal life. CT covers hereby the metropolis as well as hidden treasures within their first season. From Dan Barber, who is responsible for the Blue Hill Restaurant at Stone Barns and in New York City, USA, to Niki Nakayama, who leads the N/Naka Restaurant in Los Angeles, CA, USA, to Massimo Bottura, chef of the Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy, the tv show offers a huge range of different people and also tastes.
I was ready to close the restaurant so I said why not serve something very provocative?
The latter one is also the kick-off for the show and in my opinion a wonderful one. As I’d never heard of Massimo Bottura before he captivates you from the first moment on. His passion, his creative mind, his past which made him a cook and also his personal life aren’t only the reason why he became a chef, they also want you to cook something right now. Due to the story about his way of cooking, maybe even creating mouthwatering eatable art, and him as a person you get to know that cooking isn’t an easy business, but one that can make a lot of fun.
The six, choosen talents which show their passion and ther piece of culinary heaven, are honest, inspiring and also characters on their own. Maybe you have a favourite one but nevertheless they’re all masters of the kitchen and therefore are admirable. Chef’s Table is available on Netflix, in case of becoming hungry please have some food tangible.