The Uncharted series has the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay stepping out of the kitchen and globe-trotting in search of interesting food and flavours in the most exotic locales.
The quick-witted food connoisseur, famous for his blockbuster tv shows like Masterchef US and Hell’s Kitchen, is on a culinary expedition to throw light on avant-garde recipes, flavours and dishes indigenous to uncharted territories like the cobbled neighbourhoods of Morocco or the unseen gourmet corners of Alaska.
Though he’s wider known for his furious tendencies towards cooking mistakes, Gordon Ramsay’s passion for good food and great talent is second to none. National Geographic captures the same in the first season of Uncharted series — Ramsay travels to different parts of the world, learns native cuisines from the locals, and he then recreates them in his classic style, with the ‘Ramsay’ touch.
It may seem like any other cooking show on the outside, nonetheless, Gordon Ramsay interacting with the locals and cooking a wide variety of delicacies in exotic backgrounds is a treat to watch. Starting the time when it was first aired in July 2019, the show has garnered a huge follower base, who are nothing short of excited for the second season set to premiere on June 7, 2020.
The first look of Uncharted 2.0 shows Ramsay trying out Malabar dishes in Kerala while sparking up light-hearted conversations with the locals and it has already done a great job keeping the show’s fans on their toes.
Interested much to follow Gordon Ramsay in his culinary trip? Stream the show now on Natgeo.
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