In pitching his six-part docu-series, “Chef’s Table," which debuts April 26 on Netflix, creator David Gelb’s bestselling point was “Jiro Dreams of Sushi,” his 2011 documentary about Tokyo’s most esteemed sushi master, Jiro Ono.
Jiro Ono (who Dreams of Sushi) and René Redzepi (who is probably the current Best Chef in the World™) sit down for a cup of tea and a chat. At one point, Redzepi asks Jiro at what age he thought he had become a master. The reply: Let's say it's 50. Show More Summary
Rene Redzepi, co-owner and executive chef of Danish restaurant Noma recently interviewed the world’s best sushi chef Jiro Ono, the star of the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Watch the video below to see a unique meeting of two of the food world’s most revered figures. The post René Redzepi Interviews Legendary Sushi Master Jiro Ono appeared first on Luxuryes.
Whilst overseeing the Noma Mandarin Oriental pop-up in Tokyo, Danish chef René Redzepi takes a moment to meet with iconic sushi master Jiro Ono of film “Jiro Dreams of Sushi;” the pair sitting down over a cup of tea to discuss their… The post Noma Head Chef René Redzepi Interviews Legendary Sushi Master Jiro Ono appeared first on Selectism.
From David Gelb, the director behind the legendary documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, comes Chef’s Table. The Netflix series provides an intimate look at the lives of the world’s most renowned chefs. Premieres 4/26.
David Gelb sure loves good food. The filmmaker behind the 2011 doc Jiro Dreams of Sushi has the new series Chef’s Table debuting on Netflix on Sunday, April 26 at 12:01AM PST. As the trailer above shows, Chef’s Table explores the lives of...Show More Summary
Netflix teamed up with David Gelb, the creator of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, to tell the story of six world class chefs and showcase their kitchens and, drool, their food. The trailer plays up the series as something epic (all that music!) but looks like it’s going to reveal an interesting story of see the life of restaurants and chefs outside the kitchen too. More »
The first trailer for Netflix's six-part docu-series, 'Chef's Table,' from the director of 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi,' dropped today. [ more › ]
With Jiro Dreams of Sushi, director David Gelb was able to dramatize gastronomic meticulousness — noting how sushi master Jiro Ono could… Read More
"It's very much a character study and a portrait of an artist." Since its release just a few years ago, Jiro Dreams of Sushi has already become something of a food-movie classic, not only for its impressive ability to capture what makes...Show More Summary
Video: Sometimes I can get so obsessed with something that I keep doing it in my dreams. This commercial — for Japanese beer Kirin Ichiban — shows the art of sushi making in such a way that it seems to come straight out of Jiro’s most trippy dreams. More »
When has the attempted reanimation of a corpse ever ended well? Not quite a zombie movie, The Lazarus Effect explores the negative side-effects of messing with nature. Interestingly, Jiro Dreams Of Sushi director David Gelb steps out of his element here to take his first shot at a feature-length narrative film. Show More Summary
The legendary chef and subject of the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi offers inspiration for anyone struggling for excellence, including entrepreneurs.
The 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi' star, 89, said that prime ingredients for sushi may not be around for future generations because of unsustainable fishing practices.
David Gelb, the director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, is going to be doing a six-part documentary series for Netflix about "culinary artists". Chefs featured in the docu-series are: Ben Shewry (of Attica Restaurant in Melbourne, Australia),...Show More Summary
Netflix is adding an original chef-focused documentary series to its lineup for 2015. According to Variety, filmmaker David Gelb — who directed Jiro Dreams of Sushi — will serve as director and executive producer of Chef's Table.
Netflix is expanding its original documentary initiative with its first original docu-series, David Gelb's Chef's Table. The six-part series from the Jiro Dreams Of Sushi director will take viewers inside the lives and kitchens of six of the world's most renowned international chefs. Show More Summary
The six-part series, from the lauded filmmaker of “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” will premiere in 2015
In a few weeks, Chinese sushi lovers will be able to get a look and taste of the kind of artistry that made Japanese sushi master Jiro Ono famous worldwide, right in their own country.
Chicago Tribune reporter Kevin Pang bravely reviewed the sushi made in-store at a Walgreens in Chicago. His verdict? "While Jiro won't be dreaming of …as takeout supermarket sushi, it's pretty good." A real stand out is the sushi rice: It...