The program shows some amazing places Tom kitchin Michelin star chef everybody knows is first class. The best episode was Michel roux in paris, fantastic and Angela Hartnett episode was good. The behind the scenes of restaurants was really interesting. In san sebastian they go to Magaritz was interesting from front of house kind of unimpressive plain reastaurant with a broken plate on table and first impresion a carpark but they serve strange looking food with pate in shape of wine cork and pelicilian sheet covering diced meat and a pea pistachio covered chocolate bar and chiken skin cooked in pigs head mould filled with choritzo foam. Then they meet the chefs were like in a cult saying im not allowed to talk to my colleagues, which come from all over the world and says i'm not here to make friends. They say it must be clean at all times on what is a production line, yes the food is completely different but they are like robots. They cooking 80 dishes for every person eats 20 dishes so 40 dishes served that day dinners don't try ever meals. They serve 100 people every day1300 dishes cooked by 40 people. If it was in developing country they would say its slavery every second is planned working 14 hours a day. They then go to a more relaxed local who cooks an omelette and people have to book in advance for a small plate and a beer. Just 16 portions a day for his tortilla turning people away is normal. His secret old grease from day before fried potatoes onion peppers add drained fried veg back to whisked eggs.