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Hidden Restaurants with Michel Roux Jr
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Series 1 - Episode 2
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Michel Roux Jr falls in love with a fish shack serving street food slap on the beach at Tynemouth. And he’s not the only one: the place is always rammed and its owner Adam Riley can get up to 500 visitors on a busy Saturday night.
Inspired by the laid-back feel of the place, Roux Jr makes gourmet fish burgers for his hip 18-cover restaurant in a Kent oast house. Though anyone who insists on having restaurant food served on actual plates might baulk at the starter being served in plant pots.
Elsewhere, he visits a tiny restaurant in an unprepossessing part of Newcastle city centre set up by an amateur cook in two shipping containers.
The chef searches for secret eateries and food mavericks in the north east of England. First, Michel discovers imaginative food inside a tiny beach shack and a converted shipping container, before visiting a restaurant in one of the largest treehouses in the world.
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Michel Roux Jr
Full Episode Guide
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