Audiences are in for a treat following the launch of the latest chef bio series on Netflix Southeast Asia, ‘Chefs Uncut’. For a limited-time, avid fans can get their hands on a box of exclusive chocolate bonbons when they like, share, and follow the series’ new trailer on social media.

‘Chefs Uncut’ is a six-episode documentary series that offers an in-depth exploration of renowned chefs across Southeast Asia, created by Singapore-based production house, CreatorsLab. LG Han of one Michelin starred Labyrinth, Bjorn Shen of Smalls & Artichoke and Janice Wong are there three home grown Singapore chefs that take centre stage in the series.

Chocolate boxes are only available for redemption while stocks last.

To bring viewers of ‘Chefs Uncut’ closer to the Singapore chefs featured in the episode, the Singapore Tourism Board has collaborated with CreatorsLab to craft exclusive chocolate bonbons inspired by the culinary journeys of LG Han, Bjorn Shen, and Janice Wong.

This partnership also encompasses promotional activities around the product launch and the series, providing audiences with an immersive experience that celebrates the richness and innovation of Singapore’s culinary landscape.

“We are proud to support this initiative, which aligns with our commitment to promoting Singapore’s vibrant culinary scene and supporting our homegrown talents on a global stage. The development of three original bonbon flavours, newly researched and exclusive to this project, reflects our dedication to fostering innovation within the Singapore dining industry.”

“We are especially proud to see Singapore cuisine and bold talent on screen, and we look forward to more stories of local chefs journeying on unconventional paths to becoming leading figures in their fields, serving innovative culinary offerings locally and internationally,” says Guo Teyi, Director, Retail & Dining, Singapore Tourism Board.

“I could not be more thrilled to be a part of this journey and offer viewers a unique way to enjoy the show,” says Janice Wong, who has used the personality of each chef to inspire the unique chocolates.

“Each chocolate captures the creativity and dedication that my fellow Singaporean chefs in the series showcase and reflects the vibrancy of Singapore’s culinary scene.” Jon Lister, CEO and Co-founder of CreatorLab agrees, “The series not only highlights the exceptional talents of these inspiring chefs, but also serves as a journey through the diverse culinary landscapes of Asia – a story we are so proud to be able to bring to a global audience.

‘Chefs Uncut’ captures the breadth of talent and cultural diversity that makes Singapore a world-class culinary destination. By supporting this collaboration with Janice Wong, LG Han, Bjorn Shen and the Singapore Tourism Board, we hope to bring viewers another level of enjoyment while watching the show, which will make them to feel even prouder of the innovations and culinary heritage we have at home in Singapore.”

In order not to miss this exciting opportunity, redemption can be made at Janice Wong at the Supertree, Janice Wong – Pure Imagination at Great World City, or Janice Wong Paragon (limited to one redemption per person for the campaign).

The promotion runs from 15th March while stocks last. Participants should show to staff that they have followed @ChefsUncut and liked and shared the ‘Chefs Uncut’ trailer to their Instagram Story or feed, to claim their free chocolates.

Season One of ‘Chefs Uncut’, distributed globally by Bomanbridge, is now available on Netflix Southeast Asia and has also been acquired by SBS Australia.

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