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Michel goes in search of secret eateries and food mavericks across the country.
Michel and chef Freddy Bird find visual feasts in a sculpture, a wood, and a floating café in the middle of an estuary. There's also a Latin American 'bustaurant'.
Chef Michel Roux Jr takes to the road in search of secret eateries and food mavericks. This time he visits the north east and discovers great food at a tiny beach shack, inside a converted shipping container, and at one of the largest treehouses in the world. And chef Freddy Bird heads off on an 11-hour trek to the very tip of Scotland to a restaurant in a tiny hamlet of just nine people.
This time he heads to the West Country and Wales, where he discovers feasts in a garden shed, a staff canteen, and a Victorian walled kitchen garden. Helping Michel on his adventure is chef Freddy Bird, who travels to London to meet a couple who want to turn a barge into a fine dining fish restaurant. There's also a highly celebrated crab shack on the Isles of Scilly.
Michel travels around the South East and uncovers great food at a concrete military fort at sea; a restaurant made of scaffolding and plastic sheeting; and a homeware shop with a secret bistro. And chef Freddy Bird finds a mini restaurant in the back of an old Citroen van.
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