Seth Rogen Teams Up With Momofuku’s David Chang on New Netflix Special
The two meet up in Vancouver for dim sum, doughnuts and—of course—weed.
After his hit culinary travel show on Netflix, Ugly Delicious, Momofuku founder and James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang is back on the platform with another show that explores the culture and cuisine in different cities around the world.
Titled Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, this new four-part series follows Chang as he explores four different cities, accompanied by a different celebrity guest in each location. Over the course of the show, he accidentally chugs oil with Chrissy Teigen in Marrakech, eats crawfish in Los Angeles with Lena Waithe; hits up street food stalls in Phnom Penh with Kate McKinnon; and loses his mind over jelly doughnuts in Vancouver with Seth Rogen.
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In the first ep of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner @DavidChang meets up with Vancouver native @SethRogen to hit the streets, talk about Seth's upbringing in the highly diverse city, discover why jelly doughnuts are perfect—and pay a visit to one of Seth's preferred smoking spots 😏The full series drops Wed. on @netflix.
In the first episode of the series, Chang heads to Rogen’s hometown, Vancouver, to check out the actor’s favourite childhood spots. “From dim sum to donuts, they eat their way through town and have close encounters with crabs, octopus, hedge mazes and more,” teases a Netflix statement. Chang then heads to Marrakech, where he and Chrissy Teigen “explore bustling markets, try their hand at pottery, visit a family home for lunch, and ride camels through the desert.” With Lena Waithe, he goes to Hollywood “for crawfish, records, and sneaker shopping,” and in Phnom Penh, he and Kate McKinnon “navigate the rich and complicated history of Cambodia via tuk tuk, helicopter, and boat—and eat everything in their path.”
The four-part series launches globally on Netflix on October 23.