Your Food Preferences Will Determine What Netflix Food Documentary You Should Watch
This film is about chef and restaurateur Paul Liebrandt and his rise to culinary success. It’s perfect for fine-dining enthusiasts, lovers of art, and people interested in the food industry.
Already seen it? Check out For Grace or Jiro Dreams Of Sushi (perfect for fine-dining lovers).
This film addresses corporate farming and the economic and environmental issues associated with it. It’s perfect for people interested in learning more about where their food comes from, and those looking to better understand big agriculture.
Already seen it? Check out King Corn or Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (perfect for people interested in the corporate farming system).
This film highlights Jiro Ono’s legendary restaurant located in a Tokyo subway station (often described as one of the best restaurants in the world). It’s perfect for sushi lovers, fine-dining enthusiasts, and people looking for a truly inspirational film.
Already seen it? Check out Sushi: The Global Catch or Tokyo-Ga (perfect for people interested in Japanese food and culture).
This film follows Jacquy Pfeiffer (co-founded of The French Pastry School) as he travels to France to compete against some of the best pastry chefs in the world. It’s perfect for people who love French food, competitions, and a bit of suspense.
Already seen it? Check out A Year In Burgundy or Somm (perfect for French food and wine lovers).
This film details popular American-Chinese dishes and how they came about. Ever wonder who General Tso was and why we are obsessed with his chicken? This movie will answer that life question. It’s the perfect film for both history buffs and food lovers alike.
Already seen it? Check out Cooked or Famous Nathan (perfect for history buffs).
This film follows three meat lovers as they attempt to go vegan for six weeks. Is the ultra-trendy diet actually beneficial to our health? This film aims to find out. It’s the perfect documentary for anyone thinking about changing their diet, and those who already have.
Already seen it? Check out Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead or Forks Over Knives (perfect for health food enthusiasts).