8 Reasons You NEED To Be Watching “Chef’s Table”

1. First of all: Food porn, food porn, food porn.

First of all: Food porn, food porn, food porn.

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Netflix and pig out, anyone?

2. The food literally turns into art. LOOK:

The food literally turns into art. LOOK:

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Why have one when you can have it all?

3. Like, there’s a chef in Chicago that makes a helium balloon. Out of sugar.

Like, there's a chef in Chicago that makes a helium balloon. Out of sugar.

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Crazy, cool, conceptual — I need one.

4. Also, there’s an Indian chef in Bangkok who makes yogurt spherical.

Also, there's an Indian chef in Bangkok who makes yogurt spherical.

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The dish is called “Yogurt Explosion,” and it’s fucking awesome.

5. Watching the show feels like you’re watching a bougie travel documentary.

Watching the show feels like you're watching a bougie travel documentary.

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Move over, National Geographic, I get my earth porn *and* my food porn in the same place now.

6. You can learn fancy food vocabulary for your next dinner conversation.

You can learn fancy food vocabulary for your next dinner conversation.

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“Umami is all about flavor…. Eating is an encompassing experience…” *sips wine*

7. The show provides POC chefs with the spotlight they oh-so-rightfully deserve.

The show provides POC chefs with the spotlight they oh-so-rightfully deserve.

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This is Niki Nakayama. She’s a totally badass chef and restaurant owner who specializes in making kaiseki, traditional multi-course Japanese meals. Catch her breaking boundaries and being generally awesome in Season 1 Episode 4.

8. And basically, you can fall in love with food all over again.

And basically, you can fall in love with food all over again.

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