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Slovenia in Netflix Series Restaurants on the Edge

On May 8, a new season of Restaurants on the Edge series was announced on Netflix. Starting May 8, Netflix’s 182 million subscribers in 190 countries around the world will be able to watch the first part of the series showing the natural, cultural and gastronomic features of Slovenia for 47 minutes.

The first part of the series is showing the natural, cultural and gastronomic features of Slovenia for 47 minutes

The first part of the series is showing the natural, cultural and gastronomic features of Slovenia for 47 minutes | Author STO

In the series, three renowned international gastronomy and design experts travel around the world and help restaurants improve the complete gastronomic experience they offer. Last year, Canadian chef and influencer Dennis Prescott, interior designer Karin Bohn and American chef and renowned expert in restaurant management Nick Liberato visited Slovenia and filmed an episode presenting the natural and cultural gems of Slovenia through gastronomy.

At the heart of the episode about Slovenia is the renovation of the Gostilnica XXII restaurant in Ljubljana. All participants travel around Slovenia to get to know the gastronomic, cultural and natural features of the country and each of them contributes to the renovation of the restaurant including food, drink, architecture and marketing. In the show, together with Slovenian chef Bine Volčič, they go to the forest, learn about honey and apitherapy in Bled, visit the famous Predjama Castle and the village of Goče in the Vipava Valley, where they learn about local wines. In Ljubljana they also visit the Metelkovo mesto Alternative Cultural Centre and the popular Odprta Kuhna open kitchen event, where they learn about the intertwining of Slovenian and international food.

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