Both shows introduce various restaurants/stalls and get up close and personal with how they prepare the dishes. While Ho Chak features three places per episode, Taste of Jason focuses on one place and his interview is really in depth. Last week, he featured Wei Kee's Roast Goose in Pudu and it was so fascinating to see how they prepared the goose and roasted it in a specially made oven with charcoal. I didn't even know they had kerabu goose feet and jellyfish here until I watched the show. For those who don't speak or understand Mandarin which is the medium of these two shows, there are Malay subtitles which allow you to follow the shows.
Have a good weekend and remember to tune in to the telly. For those Formula 1 fans - the high pitched whine is back with the start of the Melbourne GP so we'll be glued to the telly this weekend.