'Somebody Feed Phil'
This Emmy-nominated program is an absolute delight.
Viewers are transported around the world as the hilarious Phil Rosenthal dines with locals in different countries.
One of the best parts is when he FaceTimes his parents at the end of each episode to tell them what he ate.
"Cooked" takes a different approach to food.
The show is based on Michael Pollan's book 'Cooked: A Natural History Of Transformation' and looks at our relationship with food as a sensory experience.
The show is not a light choice but extreme foodies will appreciate its deep dive into society, politics, history, and the food that connects them.
'Million Pound Menu'
This BBC show follows hopeful restaurant owners as they open a pop-up restaurant and try to impress potential investors over three days with hopes of being funded by one the U.K.'s top restaurateurs.
Check it out on Netflix now.
Both "MasterChef Canada" and "MasterChef" are on Crave so you have no shortage of shows to catch up on.
Even better, a new season of "MasterChef" drops on the streaming platform September 20.
'Munchies Guide To'
From Vice comes the "Munchies Guide To" that you can watch on Crave.
What is unique about this food programme is each episode is hosted by someone native to the area so they truly know the food best.
New to Netflix is the street food documentary that takes you around Asia to the best hawker stands.
Each episode not only tells the tale of the food but the people who dedicate their lives to these simple, unpretentious, but delicious delicacies.
'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown'
Join Anthony Bourdain as he travels to remote locations to take in the food and the politics.
Sadly, the culinary world lost Bourdain in 2018 but Netflix agreed to keep his show around so his memory can live on.
Want to feel better about your own baking talents? Just watch "Nailed It!".
The baking competition has contestants try and re-create a masterly baked dish. Needless to say, it is easier than it looks.
This is a show you could watch with the sound off because it is just so visually stunning.
Netflix's "Chef's Table"
ventures around the world and takes a look at the lives and work of top chefs.
Need something to satisfy your sweet tooth? "Sugar Rush" is just the thing.
Another food competition show from Netflix has bakers pitted against each other and the clock.
It really is amazing what melted sugar can create.