Photograph food for Chef’s Table

MUMBAI: Food, glorious food. We love to eat it, we love to watch others cook it, and above all, we love to photograph it. From the director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi (David Gelb) comes Chef’s Table, a Netflix original documentary series, that is returning globally for a second season on Friday, 27 May.

To celebrate season two, the search is on across Asia for the Chef's Table official Instagrammer. The chosen Instagrammer will visit the six restaurants featured in season two (Mexico! Slovenia! Chicago! Brazil! San Francisco! Thailand!) and document their sensory experience through beautifully-set, mouth-watering and hunger-inducing Instagram shots.

Sounds delectable? Join in to:
1. Follow @Netflix_IN
2. Post your best original food photo to Instagram
3. Hashtag #MyChefsTable

For more information, please head on to mychefstable.netflix.com, or refer to the appended image.

The renowned chefs featured in season 2 of Chef's Table include: Alex Atala (Brazil); Ana Ros (Slovenia); Dominique Crenn (United States); Enrique Olvera (Mexico); Gaggan Anand (Thailand); and Grant Achatz (United States). The series provides a rare, inside look at the lives and careers of some of the world’s best chefs today on their quests for sensory perfection.
Chef’s Table season one is now streaming globally on Netflix.

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