If we were to find a link between the world of superheroes and that of food, probably the scene post credits of the first film of Avengers (The Avengers, 2012) is one of the best exponents. After saving the world, the six protagonists-Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow, Captain America and Hawkeye-sit in a localcito of food from the Middle East to share a shawarma, visibly exhausted at the end of their arduous task.
Now, some of the heroes meet again around a table after the success of Avengers: Endgame, the last installment of the saga. In short, Netflix premieres the Chef Show, a series directed by John Favreau in which also participates chef Roy Choi, the same duo who worked in the film Chef in 2014. In this first season, Favreau travels the United States motivated by the discovery of new ingredients and culinary artists, leaving aside the haute cuisine to focus on simpler and unbeatable dishes. What makes this program special, unlike others with similar premises like Street Food, is that besides cooks appear different celebrities: Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) and Tom Holland (Spider-Man), for example, are invited to eat oysters and lobster ( With several laughs in between), while Gwyneth Paltrow gets into the kitchen and puts to work with Favreau and Choi.
The first season, of eight episodes, will be able to be seen from June 7. In this link you will find the trailer subtitled. In this note: