Where is Netflix's Iron Chef: Mexico shot?

Where is Netflix's Iron Chef: Mexico shot? ...

'Iron Chef: Mexico,' a cooking reality show that was created as a spinoff of 'Iron Chef,' is a cooking reality show that combines experienced chefs to compete in a cooking competition against three of Mexico's finest and most competent chefs. The goal of the contestants is to win the mythical katana and the title of the Legendary Chef.

Roberto Solis, Gabriela Ruiz, and Francisco Ruano are the show's Iron Chefs for the Mexican version of the show. Paty Cant makes the show all the more entertaining by challenging one of the judges while incorporating a secret ingredient into their dishes.

Mexico Filming Locations for Iron Chef

'Iron Chef: Mexico' is shot entirely in Mexico, specifically in Mexico City. The first iteration of the Netflix show was shot in late 2021. Due to the country's rich cultural and biological heritage, and its varied climate and geography, Mexico is a major tourist destination as well as a production location.

Mexico City, Mexico

'Iron Chef: Mexico' is seen in the soundstage of one of the filming studios in Mexico City, the capital and largest city in North America, which is home to some of the most famous public parks, such as Chapultepec, Alameda Central, Bosque de Tlalpan, and Parque Lincoln.

Mexico City is dotted with many tourist attractions, including museums, galleries, and monuments, such as the Historic Center of Mexico City, the Angel of Independence, the Chapultepec Castle, the National Museum of Anthropology, the Colección Jmex, and the José Vasconcelos Library.

Mexico City is frequented by many filmmakers for filming purposes. Over the years, the city has hosted the production of different filming projects. Movies and TV shows like 'Infinite,' 'Romeo + Juliet,' 'Spectre,' 'El Rey, Vicente Fernández,' and 'Dark Desire' are all recorded in the city.

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