The Next Iron Chef Vietnam

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The Next Iron Chef Vietnam
Genre Reality TV, Cooking
Presented by Nguyễn Danh Tùng
Judges David Thái
Dương Huy Khải
Composer(s) Craig Marks
Country of origin Vietnam
Original language(s) Vietnamese
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 16
Location(s) Mũi Né, Bình Thuận Province
Running time 60 minutes
Original network VTV3
Original release November 18, 2012 (Season 1)
Spring 2013 (Season 2)
Related shows Iron Chef Vietnam

The Next Iron Chef Vietnam: Tìm kiếm siêu đầu bếp, is a spin-off series of Iron Chef Vietnam on Vietnam Television now[when?] in its first season. Each season is a stand-alone competition to select a chef to be designated an Iron Chef, who will appear on the next year season of Iron Chef Vietnam. Two season back-to-back are ordered for 2012–2013 seasons.

The first season is launched right after the end of the first season of Iron Chef Vietnam. It features ten chefs working around Vietnam battled against each other to win the title during eight consecutive weeks in Mũi Né and to be the next Iron Chef. The show debuted Sunday, November 18, 2012, and was hosted by Nguyễn Danh Tùng. There was no chairman. David Thái, an Iron Chef and Dương Huy Khải, a head judge of Iron Chef Vietnam act as permanent judges. They were joined by a guest judge each week, namely Nobert Ehrbar, Chef Didier Corlou, Trân Nguyễn Thiên Hương, Miss Giáng My, Miss Kim Oanh, Dương Quốc Nam, Đường Thu Hương, Food critics Hồ Thị Hoàng Anh, Phùng Kim Vy, Sebastien Rodriguez, Chef Ertle Andreas.[1]

Season 1: 2012–2013[edit]


Contestant progress[edit]

Episode 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Comments
Challenge 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Season 2: 2013[edit]

Season 2 will be filming in Ho Chi Minh City.