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Business series hosted by Fred Sirieix. 12 restaurant concepts seek major investment to launch their brand. Million Pound Menu is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on May 17, 2018.Where do I stream Million Pound Menu online? Million Pound Menu is available for streaming on Netflix, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Million Pound Menu on demand at Netflix online.

2 Seasons, 12 Episodes
May 17, 2018
Food, Reality, Travel
Cast: Fred Sirieix, Matthew Hawksley
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Million Pound Menu Full Episode Guide

  • The panel looks beyond fish and chips toward elevated homegrown cuisine, sampling short ribs with celeriac, a sweet corn dish and slow-roasted duck.

  • Ambitious takeaway concepts serve up crispy fried chicken on Taiwanese bao buns, a fish chowder from Burma and rice bowls with an international flair.

  • Eyeing a trend in sustainable eating, the investors taste dishes from an ethical cafe, a seasonal Nordic pop-up and a plant-based fusion food stall.

  • Adventurous plates from around the world include bold Scandinavian flavors, a new take on regional Spanish food, and poutine, a Canadian classic.

  • An Indian burger stall, a Thai street-food concept and an Indian-Nepalese pop-up tempt the panel with competing takes on Asian cuisine.

  • Investors weigh the potential of quickly prepared, high-quality duck dishes, inventive Filipino flavors and authentic Indian street food.

  • Fred Sirieix meets the teams behind two more food concepts seeking money to start up their own restaurants. Trap Kitchen is a soul food-inspired takeaway from south London selling lobster tails, waffles, mac 'n' cheese and prawns in food boxes prepared in owner Prince's own sound London home, while Greedy Khao is a vegan Thai grab-and-go concept established by husband and wife Lee and Faai. Will the investors like what they see?

  • Fred Sirieix presents this new show which follows people who work in the food business as they seek major investment to launch their own restaurants. They have their concepts and branding - all they need now is the financial backing. First up is Epoch, comprising Manchester chef Ruth and sommelier Emily, who have an idea to pair British wines with the best seasonal produce. Meanwhile, Scotsman Ewen Hutchinson hopes to take his award-winning street food to the next level by opening his own establishment.