Fox Traveller brings back ‘pop up’ Guru with ‘Ludo Bites America’

The ‘Bad Boy’ of cooking works his culinary magic by giving a totally different spin to some of the most popular American classics

by exchange4media Staff
Published - Aug 7, 2012 6:49 PM Updated: Aug 7, 2012 6:49 PM
Fox Traveller brings back ‘pop up’ Guru with ‘Ludo Bites America’

Fox Traveller is set to bring back French chef Ludovic Lefebvre (Ludo) in his new series ‘Ludo Bites America’, where he writes his own restaurant rulebook and reinvents American classics.

The ‘Bad Boy’ of cooking, Ludo would work his culinary magic by giving a totally different spin to some of the most popular known items on the American menu. This would all be a part of his ‘pop up’ restaurants, where he takes over the kitchen of a local eatery and sets up an innovative temporary restaurant. The stops would include Omaha, Nebraska; Denver, Colorado and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Speaking about the new series, Debarpita Banerjee, Vice President, Marketing, Fox International Channels, said, “‘Ludo Bites America’ is the ‘action’ genre of food based shows. Apart from the great food, there is a lot of drama, passionate outbursts, travel and other surprises in store. We are confident that the viewers will like food genius Ludo’s biting approach.”

The ‘pop up’ Guru, Ludo has over 19,000 followers on Twitter. He has helmed the kitchen at chic LA eateries such as L'Orangerie and Bastide. Time magazine called him the ‘chef of the future’ and the July 2010 issue of France-Amérique magazine rated him number one on the ‘Top 50 French people’ in America list.

The new series premieres on Fox Traveller on August 6, weeknights at 9.30 pm.

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