Street Food (TV series)

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Street Food
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GenreDocumentary
Created byDavid Gelb
Brian McGinn
Directed byVarious
Country of originUSA
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes15
Production
Running time30-34 min.
DistributorNetflix
Release
Original networkNetflix
First shown inWorldwide
Original releaseApril 26, 2019 (2019-04-26) –
present (present)

Street Food is an American documentary that premiered on Netflix on April 26, 2019, created by David Gelb and Brian McGinn, exploring street food around the world. Archival footage is combined with face to face interviews and follows street food chefs and their history, which is intertwined with the big picture of how influential street food is on their native country.[1][2][3]

Episodes[edit]

Volume 1: Asia[edit]

Episode City Featured (Store Owner/Store Name) Featured Dish Interviewee
1 Bangkok, Thailand Jay Fai (Raan Jay Fai)

Kuh Sumeth (Sukhumvit 38 Famous Ba Mee)

Jek Pui (Jek Pui Curry)

Chawadee "Chow" Naulkhair
2 Osaka, Japan Toyo (Izakaya Toyo)

Taizo Kit (Umai-Ya)

Goshi Yusuke (Fue)

Mana Kumagai

Yoko Suzuki

3 Delhi, India Dalchand Kashyap (Mangla Chat Wale)

Mohammed Rehan (Kallu Nihari)

Karimuddin Sahib (Karim's)

Dharmender Makkan (Nand di Hatti)

Potato Chaat

Nihari Stew

Seekh kebab

Chole bhature

Rana Safvi

Sangeetha Singh

4 Yogyakarta, Indonesia Mbah Satinem (Jajan Pasar Mbah Satinem)

Leonarda Tjahjona (Arya Snack & Food)

Mbah Lindu (Gudeg Mbah Lindu)

Yasir Ferry Ismatrada (Mie Lethek Cap Garuda)

Kevindra P. Soemantri
5 Chiayi, Taiwan Grace Chia Hui Lin (Smart Fish)

Li-Hua Liu-Zhu (Magistrate Liu's)

Tsui-Eh Wang-Li (A Eh Douhua)

Uncle Goat (Song Shan Tu Yao)

Fish head casserole

Chiayi Turkey Rice

Tofu Pudding

3 Day 3 Night Goat Stew

Joanna Liu
6 Seoul, South Korea Yoonsun Cho (Gohyang Kalguksu Stall)

Gunsook Jung (Honglim Banchan Stall)

Geumsoon Park (Pakgane)

Jo Jungja (Baked Baffle)

Daniel Lee Gray
7 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Thái Thị Kim Phượng/Truoc (Truoc's Snail Stall)

Huynh Quoc Dung (Bánh Mì Bảy Hổ)

TBA (Cơm Tấm Kim Ngân)

Anh Manh (Phở Miến Gà Kỳ Đồng)

Nikky Tran

Vo Quoc

8 Singapore Aisha Hashim (Haig Road Putu Piring)

Master Tang (Master Tang's Wonton Noodle)

Wayne and Paul Liew (Keng Eng Kee Seafood)

Niven Leong (Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice)

Putu Piring

Wonton noodles

Chilli crab

Hainanese chicken rice

Debbie Yong

KF Seetoh

9 Cebu, Philippines Florencio Escabas/Entoy (Entoy's Bakasihan)

Leslie Enjambre (Leslie's Lechon)

Ian Secong (Azul Tuslob-Buwa)

Rubilyn Diko Manayon (Rubilyn's Carinderia)

Tatung Sarthou

Jude A. Bacalso

[4][5][6]

Volume 2: Latin America[edit]

Episode City Featured (Store Owner/Store Name) Featured Dish Interviewee
1 Buenos Aires, Argentina Pato Rodríguez (Las Chicas de la Tres)

Francisco Ibáñez (La Mezzetta)

Fabián Peralta (Lo de Fabi)

Rubén Batalla (El Puesto de Ruben)

Tortilla de Papas (Potato, Ham & Cheese Omelette)

Tortilla de Verdura (Vegetable & Cheese Omelette)

Fugazzeta (Argentine Stuffed Pizza)

Argentinean Empanadas (Filled Fried Maize Dough)

Choripán (Chorizo Sandwich)

Silvina Reusmann

Allie Lazar

2 Salvador, Brazil Suzana Sapucaia/Dona Suzana (Ré Restaurante)

Martinha Rodrigues (Martinhá do Abará)

Claudia Barbara (Acarajé da Baia)

"Kabaça" Clementino (Bar dú Kabaça)

Moqueca (seafood stew)

Abará

Acarajé

Feijoada (black bean stew)

Tereza Paim

Vilson Caetano de Sousa Jr.

3 Oaxaca, Mexico Valetina Hernández/Doña Vale (Memelas Doña Vale)

Sandra Ortiz (Empanadas del Carmen)

Doña Brígida Manzano (Tlayudas la Chinita)

Aurora Sánchez/Doña Aurora (El Pocito)

Memela

Tlayudas

Celia Florián

Rodolfo Castellanos

4 Lima, Peru Tómas Matsufuji/Toshi (Al Toke Pez)

Pablo Valverde (Picarones Mary)

Angelica Chinen (Huerta Chinen)

Rosana Espirito (Doña Pochita)

Ceviche (raw fish marinated in lemon juice)

Picarones (doughnuts with anise-infused syrup)

Anticuchos (grilled cow hearts)

Javier Masias

Catherine Contreras

Gastón Acurio

5 Bogota, Colombia Luz Dary/Mamá Luz (Tolú)

Mary Renteria (Esquina de Mary)

Doña Bertha Segura (La Caseta del Tinto)

Pilar Delgado (Comidas Pili)

Patrica Delgado (Cositas Ricas Doña Maria)

TBA Eduardo Martínez

Juliana Duque

Luisa Acosta

6 La Paz, Bolivia Emiliana Condori (Rellenos de Doña Emi)

Cristina Zurita (Plaza de las Cholas #6)

Carlos Suaznábar/Constantina Velasco (Apis Sabor Irupaneño)

Mery Costas (Helados Tradicionales)

Relleno de papa (Mashed Potatoes & Meat)

Sándwich de chola (Pork Leg Sandwich)

Buñuelo (Fried Dough)

Helado de Canela (Cinnamon Sorbet)

Sumaya Prado

Marsia Taha

Release[edit]

The first season was released on April 26, 2019 on Netflix.[7] The second season was released on July 21, 2020.[8]

Reception[edit]

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 100% based on 8 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10 for the first volume.[9] For the second volume, review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 83% based on 6 reviews, with an average rating of 6.5/10.[10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stream It Or Skip It: 'Street Food' On Netflix, A Docuseries From The Producers Of 'Chef's Table'". Decider. Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  2. ^ "Street Food – Netflix Season 1 Review". The Review Geek. Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  3. ^ "'Street Food' expertly celebrates world-class cuisine and global culinary traditions". The Daily Dot. Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  4. ^ "'Street Food' Season One: All of the Chefs Featured, and Where to Find Them". Food & Wine. Retrieved 2020-02-03.
  5. ^ Harrison, Olivia. "A Guide To Every Eatery In Netflix's 'Street Food'". www.refinery29.com. Retrieved 2020-02-03.
  6. ^ Morabito, Greg (2019-04-10). "Watch the Exhilarating Trailer for Netflix's 'Street Food'". Eater. Retrieved 2020-02-03.
  7. ^ Keveney, Bill (March 19, 2019). "New on Netflix in April 2019: Brie Larson, more 'Sabrina' and Kevin Hart". USA Today. Archived from the original on March 20, 2019. Retrieved June 24, 2020.
  8. ^ Jensen, Erin (June 24, 2020). "New on Netflix in July 2020: 'Kissing Booth 2,' 'Baby-Sitters Club,' Charlize Theron". USA Today. Archived from the original on July 19, 2020. Retrieved July 19, 2020.
  9. ^ "Street Food: Asia: Season 1 (2019)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved August 7, 2020.
  10. ^ "Street Food: Latin America: Season 1 (2020)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved August 7, 2020.

External links[edit]

Volume 1: Asia

Volume 2: Latin America