Chef’s Table returns this spring, and pastry is on the menu.
The Netflix cooking series, which combines human interest and jaw-dropping visuals, is one of the streaming service’s most mouth-watering originals. It takes us behind the kitchen counter to profile the world’s top cooks, examining who they are, why they cook and what it is that makes their award-winning dishes so unique.
“Chef’s Table may not teach you how to make all things you see, but it leaves you savouring every morsel. This isn’t just food porn; it’s food porn you want to marry and take home to meet your parents,” we wrote in our review of the show’s second season.
Now, after a season dedicated to a specific country, Netflix is switching up its order for its next course, serving up a showcase of a specific type of food instead: pastry. Chef’s Table: Pastry will go inside minds of the world’s most renowned pastry chefs, and discover the sweeter side of cuisine.
The four-part series will focus on a single chef each episode: Christina Tosi, Milk Bar (United States), Corrado Assenza, Caffé Ficilia (Italy), Jordi Roca, El Celler de Can Roca (Spain) and Will Goldfarb, Room4Dessert (Indonesia).
The whole menu is dished up on Netflix on Friday 13th April. Here’s your first taste:
Chef’s Table: Pastry is available on Netflix UK, as part of an £8.99 monthly subscription.
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