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Season 1
Ep 1 - Massimo Bottura Toggle seen
By blending Italian tradition and artful modernity, chef Massimo Bottura's Osteria Francescana has been ranked the third best restaurant in the world.
Ep 2 - Dan Barber Toggle seen
Celebrated chef, dedicated farmer and food industry revolutionary Dan Barber is leading a fight to change the way we think about, and grow, our food.
Ep 3 - Francis Mallmann Toggle seen
From isolated Patagonian islands to French Michelin three-star restaurants, chef Francis Mallmann celebrates his wild, open-fire cooking style.
Ep 4 - Niki Nakayama Toggle seen
In her award-winning Los Angeles restaurant N/Naka, Niki Nakayama brings equal parts creativity, passion and expertise to her kaiseki cuisine.
Ep 5 - Ben Shewry Toggle seen
New Zealand chef Ben Shewry's strong connection with nature and dedication to finding new tastes have made his Australian restaurant Attica world famous.
Ep 6 - Magnus Nilsson Toggle seen
Far from any city, far from most fresh ingredients, chef Magnus Nilsson has created one of the world’s great restaurants in frozen Järpen, Sweden.
Season 2
Ep 1 - Grant Achatz Toggle seen
Discover the amazing story of one of the greatest innovators, how he started experimenting with flavors, textures and aromas, and how he battled a disease that almost killed him.
Ep 2 - Alex Atala Toggle seen
A look at chef Alex Atala wild spirit and love for the Amazon and his restaurant (D.O.M), in Brazil.
Ep 3 - Dominique Crenn Toggle seen
Exploring how Dominique Crenn's zest for life and love of family led her to become the first female chef in America to earn two Michelin stars.
Ep 4 - Enrique Olvera Toggle seen
Mexican chef Enrique Olvera converts street foods and traditional ingredients into award-winning culinary dishes.
Ep 5 - Ana Roš Toggle seen
Slovenian chef Ana Ros gets inspiration from the ingredients she finds in her secluded surroundings to create unexpected recipes.
Ep 6 - Gaggan Anand Toggle seen
Exploring how celebrity chef Gaggan Anand reinvented traditional Indian food when he opened his award-winning restaurant.
Season 3
Ep 1 - Jeong Kwan Toggle seen
Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan believes food and cooking serve a spiritual purpose beyond physical nourishment. Based at a remote temple complex south of Seoul, her simple vegan meals are inspiring top chefs around the world.
Ep 2 - Vladimir Mukhin Toggle seen
Chef Vladimir Mukhin brings a modern interpretation to traditional Russian cuisine at his Moscow restaurant, White Rabbit.
Ep 3 - Nancy Silverton Toggle seen
Celebrated L.A. chef Nancy Silverton's obsession with baking drove her to pioneer artisan breads before turning her attention to mozzarella and pizza.
Ep 4 - Ivan Orkin Toggle seen
Personal tragedy prompts Long Island-born chef Ivan Orkin to move to Japan, where he receives acclaim for his style of ramen making. Orkin then returns to America, where he's helping lead a ramen revolution.
Ep 5 - Tim Raue Toggle seen
Chef Tim Raue had a troubled youth before cooking helped turn his life around. His Asian-inspired flavors have revolutionized Berlin's culinary scene and earned his restaurant two Michelin stars.
Ep 6 - Virgilio Martínez Toggle seen
At his restaurant Central, chef Virgilio Martinez creates visually stunning, edible ecosystems using obscure ingredients indigenous to his native Peru.
Season 4
Ep 1 - Christina Tosi Toggle seen
Christina Tosi's love of junk food serves as inspiration for her unconventional desserts, such as cereal-milk ice cream and "crack pie", served up at New York's popular Milk Bar.
Ep 2 - Corrado Assenza Toggle seen
Corrado Assenza uses the best produce and dairy from his native Sicily to make some of Italy's finest gelati, granita and cannoli at his humble sweets shop in Noto.
Ep 3 - Jordi Roca Toggle seen
Unexpected circumstances leave Jordi Roca in charge of desserts at his brothers' famous restaurant. His inventive creations go on to achieve critical acclaim in the culinary world.
Ep 4 - Will Goldfarb Toggle seen
After finally achieving recognition in New York, Will Goldfarb suffers yet another setback and decides to relocate to tropical Bali half a world away to start anew.
Season 5
Ep 1 - Cristina Martínez Toggle seen
Cristina Martínez continues her family’s long tradition of barbacoa at her restaurant in Philadelphia. Her food has garnered widespread acclaim and given her the opportunity to become an advocate for undocumented immigrants.
Ep 2 - Musa Dağdeviren Toggle seen
Musa Dağdeviren works to document and preserve regional cuisine in Turkey. He tries to keep the tradition alive by showcasing regional dishes at his restaurant Çiya in Istanbul.
Ep 3 - Bo Songvisava Toggle seen
Bo Songvisava revives the near-forgotten flavors of authentic Thai cuisine at her sustainable restaurant in Bangkok.
Ep 4 - Albert Adrià Toggle seen
After two decades as the creative director of El Bulli, Albert Adrià continues to innovate with his “culinary amusement park”, a group of forward-thinking restaurants located in the same neighborhood of Barcelona.
Season 6
Ep 1 - Mashama Bailey Toggle seen
Inside a former segregated bus station in Savannah, Georgia, Mashama Bailey pays homage to history as she puts a new spin on Southern food traditions.
Ep 2 - Dario Cecchini Toggle seen
Charismatic Tuscan butcher Dario Cecchini grew up eating every part of the cow but steak. Now he's out to change how the world thinks about meat.
Ep 3 - Asma Khan Toggle seen
On her unlikely journey from Calcutta tomboy to celebrated London chef, Asma Khan has shattered conventions and created new opportunities for women.
Ep 4 - Sean Brock Toggle seen
Obsessive. Perfectionist. Workaholic. Sean Brock's dedication to reviving lost flavors reinvigorated Southern cuisine -- and nearly destroyed him.
Season 7
Ep 1 - Tootsie Tomanetz Toggle seen
Custodian by day, pitmaster by night: Meet 85-year-old Tootsie Tomanetz, whose Hill Country barbecue has made her a legend in Texas and beyond.
Ep 2 - Lennox Hastie Toggle seen
Sydney chef Lennox Hastie draws extraordinary flavors out of meat, fish and vegetables using only a wood fire — and skills he honed in Basque Country.
Ep 3 - Rodney Scott Toggle seen
Rodney Scott grew up cooking whole hog barbecue for his family's small-town store; now he's an award winner with a booming Charleston restaurant.
Ep 4 - Rosalia Chay Chuc Toggle seen
Steeped in Mayan traditions, Rosalia Chay Chuc's cochinita pibil (slow-cooked pork) has turned her modest Yucatán home into a culinary destination.
Season 8
Ep 1 - Chris Bianco Toggle seen
An unprecedented approach to ingredients and technique has made Chris Bianco's Phoenix pizzeria the home of what critics deem the best pies in the world.
Ep 2 - Gabriele Bonci Toggle seen
After revolutionizing the Roman-style slice, Gabriele Bonci — the "Michelangelo of pizza" — decided to shed his TV persona and reconnect with the land.
Ep 3 - Ann Kim Toggle seen
Ann Kim fought societal barriers and familial expectations to serve kimchi on pizza. Now, she's a James Beard winner with two Minneapolis restaurants.
Ep 4 - Franco Pepe Toggle seen
Franco Pepe left a family pizza dynasty for a solo venture. Innovative pies, handmade dough and local ingredients have made him a star all his own.
Ep 5 - Yoshihiro Imai Toggle seen
In Kyoto, chef Yoshihiro Imai brings a deep respect for nature to his pizzas, which he serves in the multi-course style of dining known as kaiseki.
Ep 6 - Sarah Minnick Toggle seen
Purslane, orach, flowers: unconventional toppings from Portland gardens and farms lend Sarah Minnick's colorful pies vibrancy and unforgettable flavor.
Chef's Table takes viewers inside the lives and kitchens of the world's most renowned culinary talents.
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An unprecedented approach to ingredients and technique has made Chris Bianco's Phoenix pizzeria the home of what critics deem the best pies in the world.
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