Monday, 15 August 2016

Feature: Chef's Table season 3 is all about French Chefs!

It's no secret that I love watching food movies and food documentaries. While I found Chef's Table's first season very good, I thought the second season was even more amazing. I completely fell in love with Alex Atala I have to say, but shhh... don't tell Mr. FFID!

So, dear readers I have good news... Chef's Table is returning to Netflix on the 2nd of September 2016 and I can't wait as it's going to focus entirely on French chefs. C'est magnifique!

In a world where people like to think that French gastronomy isn't what it used to be, it's brilliant that we're going to get an insight into the lives and kitchens of four renowned French chefs who all have different approaches to cooking. I can't wait to see all the episodes featuring the following chefs:

Alain Passard, L’Arpege (France)
Michel Troisgros, Maison Troisgros (France)
Adeline Grattard, Yam’Tcha (France)
Alexandre Couillon, La Marine (France)

Personally, I'm most looking forward to the episode about Alain Passard and expect some seriously stunning food videography. 

Can't wait for the 2nd of September! Will you be watching?

Have you watched any episodes of Chef's Table? What was your favourite? Let me know in the comments below.

Disclaimer: I wasn't paid to promote Netflix. As usual I'm just spreading the word about something I Iove.

photo: Netflix



  1. I am a french food lover living in Dublin and I did discover Chef's Table through Netflix few months ago. My fiancé and I love the serie. I am happy to know that the third season arrives soon and I can't wait either to watch it. I would not be able to name my favourite. Some are really Wahou!

    1. Thanks for stopping by, I'm so looking forward to the 3rd season too!

  2. Hi FFID! I just finished watching yesterday and it was even better than I thought. All the chefs were fascinating, but I was particularly drawn to Michel Troisgros' story. It seemed very honest how he got started (almost force), into the restaurant and his struggle with the history of it. (I actually wrote about it myself.) What was your favourite episode?

    By the way, saw that a season 4 is already in the works? Yeah!

    1. Thanks for stopping by! My favourite episode was the one about Alain Passard, I liked his personality and cooking mostly vegetables in a Michelin-starred restaurant in France is a very brave thing to do!