Ralph Fiennes in The Menu as a tormented chef-turned-torturer who runs the world’s most desirable restaurant. It gave us some tongue-in-cheek ideas for some new TV shows for food obsessives. Photo: 20th Century Studios
Ralph Fiennes in The Menu as a tormented chef-turned-torturer who runs the world’s most desirable restaurant. It gave us some tongue-in-cheek ideas for some new TV shows for food obsessives. Photo: 20th Century Studios
Charmaine Mok
Opinion

Opinion

Charmaine Mok

The Circle for food critics, The Apprentice for restaurant PRs – as The Menu debuts, 3 reality-TV food shows the world isn’t ready for … yet

  • With cooking, baking and drink-making reality TV shows proliferating, producers rack their brains to come up with something new. We thought we’d help
  • How about restaurant PRs vying Apprentice style to pitch an HK$88,888 eight-hands dinner or food critics out-peacocking each other as on The Circle? Maybe not …

Ralph Fiennes in The Menu as a tormented chef-turned-torturer who runs the world’s most desirable restaurant. It gave us some tongue-in-cheek ideas for some new TV shows for food obsessives. Photo: 20th Century Studios
Ralph Fiennes in The Menu as a tormented chef-turned-torturer who runs the world’s most desirable restaurant. It gave us some tongue-in-cheek ideas for some new TV shows for food obsessives. Photo: 20th Century Studios
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