Netflix is bringing back its Emmy Award-winning docu-series Chef’s Table, with a slightly different focus. Though the series usually centers on culinary masters of various disciplines, this time it will focus specifically on pastry chefs. Each of the show’s 4 chefs is highly respected in this domain, having carved out their own niche in the world of fine dessert dining. The chefs are:
Will Goldfarb – the proprietor and chef of Bali’s dessert-only restaurant, Room4Dessert.
Corrado Assenza – the great-grandson of the original owner of a 124-year-old Sicilian cafe. Assenza’s creations have compared to the cuisine of Ferran Adrià, one of the world’s most highly-decorated chefs.
Jordi Roca – one of three Roca brothers from the restaurant voted the third-best in the world in 2017: Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca.
Christina Tosi – Milk Bar’s James Beard Award-winning chef known for her appearances on “Master Chef.”
Watch the trailer above. Chef’s Table: Pastry debuts April 13 on Netflix.
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