If you’re planning a relaxing night at home with a glass of vino, let your mouth water with some delicious food documentaries on Netflix.
From profiles of some of the world’s greatest chefs to the story behind a Chinese takeaway favourite, these documentaries should be on every food lovers TV menu.
This documentary series profiles a different world-renowned chef every episode. If you love this documentary, be sure to check out the spin-off, Chef’s Table: France, which is also on Netflix.
This moving documentary follows Chef Curtis Duffy as he builds his dream restaurant, Grace, which would later go on to be awarded three Michelin Stars.
This Netflix original series follows acclaimed food writer Michael Pollan as he explores how cooking transforms food and shapes our world.
Narrated by Chef Anthony Bourdain, this documentary series combines food, travel and history to bring you exciting recipes from around the world. There are currently four seasons on Netflix.
Into the Bottle examines the history, politics and pleasure of wine through the opening of ten very different bottles of wine. There are also a lot of interviews with Sommeliers, industry professional and wine makers in this documentary.
Directed by Ian Cheney, this documentary premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and explores theories about General Tso, his chicken and the history of Chinese Food in America. This amusing and thought-provoking documentary is definitely worth a watch.