It's almost impossible not to see this series as the continuity of Chef's Table. Yes it's celebrating street food and in some way you may not consider it as a proper restaurant, but what is a restaurant after all, if not a place where you can get prepared meal by a chef for a price.
Whatever your definition, you already know, that Chef's Table and Street Food have much to do with food as the life stories of their creators. It's all about them. And again David Gelb has created a masterpiece following the format he created with Jiro Dreams of Sushi many years ago.
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