Focusing on the stories behind the street food that makes the world’s most vibrant cities so alive, “Street Food Asia” offers the audience a story, not a recipe.
“Street Food”, which met with the audience on Netflix with its first episode in 2019 by David Gelb and Brian McGinn, draws a road map for food lovers from Thailand to Japan, from India to the Philippines in its first season. Focusing on the most famous street food of each city and what makes these dishes so popular and the story behind it rather than how they are made, “Street Food” makes the audience want to go to that country and try the food with its unique shots and images of the food.
“Street Food”, which meets audiences in Latin America in its second season, travels through Latin America, going to Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Bolivia and brings Street flavours to light. While focusing on the story of the dishes and the cooks, we can create a flavour map of the countries by looking closely at the local products and flavours of Latin America.