Momofuku founder and unabashed sneakerhead David Chang has just landed a partnership with Netflix for an original food series, titled Ugly Delicious.

Having last worked with PBS on The Mind of a Chef, which is also available to watch on Netflix, Chang's upcoming docuseries will showcase some of the chef's insights into the world's best comfort food spots. Over the course of the series, Chang meets with artists, writers, chefs and other entertainers to discuss and share food-related experiences. As the title alludes, ugly food can still be delicious, which is what Chang sets out to prove.

In the first sneak peek of the show, Chang sits with comedian Ali Wong over Vietnamese food, discussing the required service needed for a great restaurant experience. Upcoming guests of the show are said to include Jimmy Kimmel, Nick Kroll, Noma Chef Rene Redzepi, and Ruth Reichl.

Check out the trailer for Ugly Delicious above and when you're done check out the streaming service's hit series, The End of the Fucking World

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