Escape to the world of French fine-dining, haute cuisine, covetable kitchens and signature recipes – as told by a mouse with a nose for flavour combinations.
The Hundred Foot Journey
Travel to Indian food markets and restaurants, where rich aromas hang in the air. Get to know the spices and delicacies of Indian cuisine and see what happens when classical French cuisine meets home-grown cooking.
Watch a dispassionate chef regain his love for cooking as he travels across America in a food truck selling Cuban sandwiches.
Snack On: Bite-sized churros
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
A misfit scientist invents a machine able to transform water into food. The result? We get to see our childhood dreams of food raining from the sky come true!
Snack On: Caramel popcorn ice-cream sandwiches
Based on a true story, this movie tells the story of a chef from a Perigord truffle farm invited to be the personal chef of the president of France. Though finding herself challenged, she creates sublime, awe-inspiring dishes.
Julie & Julia
Delve into the life of talented food blogger Julie, who is obsessed with culinary extraordinaire Julia Child. She resolves to cook every dish in Child’s cookbook, Mastering The Art of French Cooking, and the experiment leads her on a drool-worthy adventure.
Snack On: Pain perdu with warm berries
Eating your feelings may not be a bizarre concept to many, but cooking them into your meals may just be. This is what the main character in Waitress does; baking pies to work through everything she’s going through – and she creates some stellar combinations while she’s at it.
Snack On: Boston cream pie bites
Single mother Vianne moves to a remote French village and opens a little chocolatier. Each of her creations awakens and evokes emotions in those who taste them. Get ready for a smorgasbord of chocolate, featuring decadent hot chocolate, truffles and more.
Snack On: Nut crunch chocolate fudge
Eat Pray Love
Follow Julia Roberts as she eats her way through Italy, with delectable stops made in Rome and Naples as she discovers ‘the art of doing nothing’.
In The Trip, a food critic and comedian traverse Northern England eateries for mouth-watering dishes.