Hidden Restaurants | Boomerang
Boomerang is a Cardiff based production company. Working with broadcasters and brands we produce factual entertainment, popular factual and sports entertainment programmes in the UK & internationally. Recent shows include Extreme Cake Makers & What Would Your Kid Do?
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  • Still of Michelle Roux Holding dish with two other Chefs - Boomerang
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4 x 60 minutes for Channel 4


There’s a food revolution going on with new hidden restaurants opening in far flung places and extraordinary venues. And last summer, as a challenge to himself, Michel Roux Jr is setting up his own hidden restaurant far away from his 2 Michelin starred London restaurant, Le Gavroche.

In each episode Michel visits three different restaurants and from each he takes the inspiration; creating a unique three course menu that he serves at the end of the programme to a crowd of locals who have booked into his summer long hidden Oast House restaurant.

Helping him on this adventure is chef Freddy Bird; a man who created his own hidden restaurant in a once dilapidated Lido in a back street of Bristol. Michel sets Freddy the mission to leave no stone unturned to find the unlikeliest venues, from a self-build restaurant in the wilds of Scotland, to a smart restaurant hidden in a caravan park and a four seater bistro in a Citroen van. With new hidden restaurants opening every week, Freddy also checks in on young hopefuls who are creating their own unique dining rooms and eateries; from a cable car street food stall to a Latin American Bustaurant.