“Chef’s Table” Brings the Best in French Food

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The Netflix original documentary series “Chef’s Table” is now exclusively covering France. 

Previously, it has taken viewers to the best chefs around the world from New York, to Chicago, Buenos Aires, and Bangkok is narrowing the focus for their third season, which started streaming last week.

This show is basically hours of food porn, and for lovers of French haute cuisine, this season is going to be mouth watering. The season will follow the work of four of France’s top chefs, Alain Passard of L’Arpège in Paris, Michel Troisgros of La Maison TroisGrois in Roanne, Adeline Grattard of Yam’Tcha in Paris and Alexandre Couillon of La Marine in Noirmoutier.

These chefs are challenging what the French cuisine means, as France itself faces changes. Incorporating food from other countries and trying vegetarian trends will make this season much more than just the great French pastry bake off. Instead, these chefs are pushing boundaries and creating masterpieces of French cuisine. For any French food lover, it’s a must see.

Watch the trailer:

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-yY6RmF-iE&w=560&h=315]

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