Asian Food Channel

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Asian Food Channel
Afc logo.svg
Launched12 August 2005
Owned byDiscovery Asia-Pacific
Picture format16:9/4:3
Headquarters21 Media Circle #08-01, Singapore
Sister channel(s)
MNC Vision IndonesiaChannel 240
Astro MalaysiaChannel 703 (SD) Channel 730 (HD)
Kristal-Astro BruneiChannel 703
Channel 40 (HD 800/77/99)
Channel 22 (C01/C02)
Cignal PhilippinesChannel 62
Transvision IndonesiaChannel 502
Nexmedia IndonesiaChannel 210
Topas TV IndonesiaChannel 302
TrueVisions ThailandChannel 356 (SD/HD)
Channel 68
Channel 110
OrangeTV (Indonesia)Channel 530
First Media IndonesiaChannel 76
SkyCable / Destiny Cable PhilippinesChannel 22 (SD)
Channel 248 (HD)
PPC TV CambodiaChannel 13
Macau Cable TV (Macau)Channel 211
VTVcab VietnamChannel 177
HTVC VietnamChannel 8 (HD)
IndiHome UseeTV
Channel 402
now TV Hong KongChannel 527 (SD/HD)
Univision MongoliaChannel 203
CHT MOD TaiwanChannel 276
Singtel TV
Channel 256 (HD)
Next TV
Channel 098 (HD)
myTV Super
(Hong Kong)
Channel 608 (HD, Coming Soon)

The Asian Food Channel (AFC) is a Southeast Asian pay television channel, owned and operated by Discovery Asia-Pacific. The channel was launched in 2005.


The Asian Food Channel is co-founded by Hian Goh and Maria Brown.

On 15 April 2013, Scripps Networks Interactive bought the channel.[1] On 6 March 2018, Discovery, Inc. acquires Scripps Networks Interactive, which included the channel.[2]


The channel provides a wide mix of food programming content that are sourced internationally such as the United Kingdom, the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, as well as Asian specific content from Korea, Japan, China, Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.

Most shows are subtitled.

AFC Studio[edit]

AFC Studio was opened in December 2009 at Orchard Central in Singapore. Comprising a retail store, food and beverage outlet, cooking school, events location and a filming studio, the space was intended to provide a touch point for its viewers. However, the Store closed down permanently as of September 2013.

Featured Chefs/Hosts[edit]

Name Program .
Anna Olson Bake With Anna Olson, Inspired with Anna Olson, Kitchen Treats with Anna Olson, Fresh with Anna Olson
Sherson Lian Family Kitchen w Sherson, 5 Rencah 5 Rasa, Great Dinners of the World, Reality Bites: Rise Above w Style
Sarah Benjamin Cooking For Love, Simply Special, Yummy Desserts, Must Try Asia, GR848, Fresh Off Japan!, Best of Portugal
Ili Sulaiman Family Feast with Ili, Home Cooked: Malaysia, By The Sea with Ili, Ili's Tiffin Diaries
Jason Yeoh Taste with Jason, Jason Tastes Asia, Axian’s Food Adventures
Rinrin Marinka Back to the Streets: Jakarta, Wonderful Indonesia Flavours, Home Cooked Asia: Indonesia
Gordon Ramsay Gordon's Ultimate Home Cooking, Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course
Anthony Bourdain Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
Nigella Lawson Nigella Bites
Paul Hollywood Paul Hollywood City Bakes, The Great British Bake Off
Chuck Hughes Chuck's Day Off
Sue Perkins Cooks' Questions, The Culture Show, The Big Spell, The Great British Bake Off
Roger Mooking Man, Fire, Food
Reza M. Reza Mahammad Spice Prince: Thailand, Reza Spice Prince of Vietnam
Nik Michael Cooking For Love
Tia Mowry Tia Mowry At Home
Siba Mtongana Siba's Table
Justine Schofield Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield
Adrian Richardson Good Chef Bad Chef
Zoe Bingley-Pullin Good Chef Bad Chef
Nick Smith Street Eats
Judy Joo Korean Food Made Simple
Tobie Puttock Wonderful Indonesia Flavours
Will Meyrick Back to the Streets: Jakarta
Yuda Bustara Home Cooked Asia: Indonesia
Pornsak Food Source
Pati Jinich Pati's Mexican Table
Debbie Wong Kitchen Quickies
Martin Yan Martin Yan’s Asian Favorites


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