We can’t be any more excited than this, Chef’s Table creator David Gelb will be taking us on a culinary journey throughout nine Asian countries in the first season of ‘Street Food’.

Each episode will take a focus on “the stories of perseverance and culture that bring life to each country’s cuisine.”

All nine episodes of Street Food will air on Netflix on April 26. Below is a list of chefs, their restaurants and highlighted dishes. Warning – unintentional drooling may occur.

Bangkok, Thailand

Jay Fai (crab omelet, tom yum soup, drunken noodles) 
Khun Suthep (hand-pulled BBQ pork noodles) 
Jek Pui (curries)

Osaka, Japan

Toyo (tuna cooked with a blowtorch) 
Mr. Kita (takoyaki
Goshi (okonomiyaki)

Delhi, India

Dalchand Kashyap (chaat)
Mohamed Rehan (nihari) 
Karim’s (seekh kebabs
Dharmender Makkan (chole bhature)

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Mbah Satinem (jajan pasar)
Leonarda Tjahjono (jajan pasar)
Mbah Lindu (gudeg)
Yasir Ferry Ismatrada (mie lethek)

Chiayi, Taiwan

Grace Chia Hui Lin (fish head soup) 
Uncle Goat (goat stew) 
Li-Hua and Liu-Zhu (chicken rice) 
Tsui-Eh (tofu pudding)

Seoul, South Korea

Cho Yonsoon (knife-cut noodles) 
Gunsook Jung (soy-marinated crab) 
Gumsoon Park and Sangmi Chu (mung bean pancakes) 
Jo Jungja (rice fried in a waffle maker)

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Truoc (snails) 
Anh Manh (pho) 
This episode will also focus on banh mi and com tam vendors


Aisha Hashim (putu piring) 
Master Tang (wanton noodles) 
KEK Seafood (chili crab) 
Niven Long (chicken rice)

Cebu City, Philippines

Florencio “Entoy” Escabas (reef eel stew)
Leslie Enjambre (lechon cebu) 
Ian Secong (tuslob-buwa)
Rubilyn Diko Manayon (lumpia)