Street Foods are always mouth-watering taste. The sensational stuff and essence that they provide is just heavenly for any food buffs. Due to the concurrent situation in relation to the global lockdown, Street food has become an extinct art for now. Thus people are sitting at home and resorting to YouTube channels and shows on food blogging. One of the most popular food blogging shows on Netflix is Street Food Latin America. There are rumors that a second season of the show is on the cards. The following is some information that you must know in relation to the show’s fate.
Street Food Latin America Season 2: Plot
Street Food Latin America is a show which is part culinary and part food blogging. It takes into the cultural and social feasts and delicacies of the population in South America. In the show, we are introduced to chefs who travel to various corners of Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia and Colombia. There they introduce us to the special cuisine of the place. Along with that we also get a dosage of the local history and the culture which the food has occupied through generations. Thus this nice mix of food and history makes the show information as well.
Street Food Latin America Season 2: Release Date
The first season of the show released on July 21st, 2020 on Netflix. It was received with positive acclaim and appreciation on all quarters. After its release, there were talks about the second season of the show. At this point of time, there is no proper timeline on when the second season of the show will release. Owing to the Pandemic, all shooting schedules have been disrupted for the time being. Thus, you can expect the second season of the show to arrive somewhere in 2021. The exact date for the release of the second season is still not known.
Street Food Latin America Season 2: Cast Details
The fun fact about the show is that there is no particular set of cast members who are regular on the show. With each and every episode we see different chefs. They specialize in a specific area or a specific dish akin to the culture of a specific part of South America. The upcoming season will be similar in this regard as well. We will see some of the top chefs of the continent come together and share with us the cuisine history of Latin America.