It was in 2014 when actor-director Jon Favreau made everyone drool over a perfectly done, gorgeous grilled cheese sandwich in his deliciously good film, Chef. It was also during the making of this film that Favreau tapped chef and restaurateur Roy Choi to be a consultant and eventually co-producer of the movie.
Now the two food friends reunite in the form of a new Netflix series, The Chef Show, which will be available for streaming next month. It will celebrate the joy in cooking food and more importantly, celebrate its flavors while gathering people together to appreciate friends, family, and tradition.
This new show has the actor/director and award-winning chef embark on a new adventure, as they experiment with their favorite recipes and techniques, baking, cooking, exploring and collaborating with some of the biggest names in the entertainment and culinary world.
Watch the trailer here:
Guests on The Chef Show include, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bill Burr, Robert Downey Jr, Tom Holland, Kevin Feige, and the Russo brothers, Andrew Rea, Evan Kleiman, Jazz Singsanong, Robert Rodriguez, David Chang, Aaron Franklin and many more.
The Chef Show is coming to Netflix this June 7, 2019, and is executive produced and directed by Jon Favreau, with Roy Choi and Annie Johnson also serving as executive producers.