The Hairy Bikers' Asian Adventure - Netflix
In their most adventurous, far-flung road trip yet, the Hairy Bikers are touring the birthplaces of our favourite Asian cuisines – the food we Brits know from our local takeaways and high street restaurants.
As they travel, the Bikers are immersed in the lives of the colourful characters they meet in Asia's diverse cultures. With incredible access to hidden worlds – from a sumo wrestling stable in Japan to a hill tribe in remote Northern Thailand – the Bikers will uncover the food secrets of these countries and get under the skin of the local way of life.
They'll live, cook, eat and party with the locals – from Tuk Tuk drivers in Bangkok to monks in Kyoto.\ Throughout the series, the Hairy Bikers will taste their way through the incredible flavours and ingredients each place has to offer – finding authentic versions of the dishes we know and love back home, as well as discovering exciting new dishes we don't – yet!
They'll be demonstrating mouth-watering, local recipes in their own, inimitable style – dishes we'll want to cook at home.
And they'll bike through some of the most spectacular scenery and cityscapes that Asia has to offer, from the world-famous biking roads in the jungles of North Thailand, to Hong Kong's jaw-dropping skyline.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Hairy Bikers' Asian Adventure - Si King - Netflix
Simon James King (born 20 October 1966) is an English television presenter, best known as one half of the Hairy Bikers with Dave Myers. Together they have presented a number of television cookery series for BBC television and have since launched an online weight loss programme, 'The Hairy Bikers Diet Club'.
The Hairy Bikers' Asian Adventure - Personal life - Netflix
In 2014 King suffered an intracranial aneurysm from which he recovered after hospital treatment. In September 2017, along with his 'Hairy Bikers' partner Dave Myers he was initiated into the showbusiness charity the Grand Order of Water Rats.
The Hairy Bikers' Asian Adventure - References - Netflix