Mega Food: Series 1
Take a tasty adventure across the world from behind the scenes of the biggest kitchens on the planet.
Part 1: Aussie Super Pub
With the weekend approaching, the team at Australia’s biggest pub are pulling out all the stops. They only have 4 days to do the shopping, preparation and cooking. With a farm to table philosophy and a small team of experts, it’s a battle to the finish line.
Part 2: Worlds Biggest Cruise Ship
With 250 chefs turning more than 100 tonnes of raw ingredients into 250,000 meals every week, culinary operations Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas are akin to a military exercise.
Part 3: Marina Bay Sands Masterchef
Marina Bay Sands towers over Singapore, boasting more than 2,500 guest rooms and 20 restaurants. Find out how the hotels team of master chefs keep both the guests and the employees well fed.
Part 4: Up in the Air
One aircraft and over 400 hungry passengers – that’s the challenge faced daily by the chef’s at Zurich based Gate Gourmet. On average, every day they produce 50,000 meals for the visiting and home-based airlines and each one is given the same care and attention as a five star meal.
Part 5: Catering to Fashion
Florence is about to host the men’s fashion show of the season and for caterer Galateo Ricevimenti that means turning a fashion theme into a culinary dream that will push his team to the very limit.
Part 6: SeaWorld Orlando
Join the culinary team at Seaworld Orlando for a day in the kitchens. With 1200 people, culinary operations are the biggest department in the park and it’s no wonder. It’s a 24-hour operation that runs 365 days of the year. Supplying 13 restaurants, over 50 carts and kiosks and special event dining, and just one of these venues serves over 1000 people an hour. Enter the Seaworld kitchens and experience a very different side to Orlando’s favourite marine theme park.