Iron Chef: Mexico season 1 review – more flare and fun in the kitchen

September 22, 2022
Amanda Guarragi 0
Netflix, Streaming Service, TV Reviews
3.5

Summary

There are some really interesting special items throughout the series and it’s impressive to see what both sets of chefs come up with. It has a bit more flare than other Iron Chef series, and that is what makes this more entertaining.

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3.5

Summary

There are some really interesting special items throughout the series and it’s impressive to see what both sets of chefs come up with. It has a bit more flare than other Iron Chef series, and that is what makes this more entertaining.

This review of the Netflix series Iron Chef: Mexico Season 1 does not contain spoilers or any reveals on the winners.

READ: Everything we know about the series.

If you have been a massive fan of the Food Network and have grown up with Iron Chef, Iron Chef: Mexico will fill that void on Netflix. In this season, rising talents participate in this cooking competition against three of Mexico’s finest chefs to win the mythical katana and become the Legendary Chef. What this series does so well add such wonderful commentators, hosts and judges into the mix. They are more lively, fun, and just really entertaining all around. What was different about this series compared to other seasons of Iron Chef is the quick editing making it feel like a reality show even more than it already is. Reality shows centred around food will always be fun because of the inventive ways people can prepare certain meals. 

There are some really interesting special items throughout the series and it’s impressive to see what both sets of chefs come up with. It has a bit more flare than other Iron Chef series and that is what makes this more entertaining. If you’ve been missing a fast-paced environment and a reality show with some vibrant characters this is the one to tune into. The commentators hold everything together and then the judges can give different perspectives on the meal as well. Some twists happen in certain episodes that haven’t been done before either. Just make sure to not eat this while you’re hungry because then you’re just going to want whatever they’re serving up in the kitchen. The reason why Iron Chef has been around so long is because of how good the concept is. There’s a surprise item and a time constraint with friendly competition. They can keep making different seasons of the show and it will always be fun.

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