By Gerrad Hall
April 10, 2019 at 08:00 PM EDT

Netflix is preparing to transport viewers to Asia with its newest food docuseries, Street Food.

Debuting April 26, the series, from the creator and executive producers of Netflix’s award-winning Chef’s Table, will explore global cuisine and the chefs behind some amazing eats. Season 1 features nine Asian countries — India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam — where street food is not just incredibly popular but considered some of the best in the world. And if the trailer above is any indication, prepare for your appetite to be whetted.


While a showcase for the food, the series also gets up close and personal with the vendors, include Bangkok’s Jay Fai — who earned a Michelin Star for her innovative take on Thai street food dishes including drunken noodles, crab omelet, and tom yum soup — and Indonesia’s 100-year-old Mbah Lindu, one of the world’s oldest street cooks who has been making gudeg every day for more than 86 years, as well as many more.

Street Food premieres April 26 on Netflix. Watch the trailer above for more, and click here to see more mouthwatering photos of some of the dishes featured in the series.

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