The Kitchen Musical (2011)


Have you seen this musical?

Let’s take a short break and enjoy some musical that will change your mood since it is already mid of the week.




Set in the musical world of a famous restaurant and anchored around the storyline of a rich young girl’s journey of self-discovery when she starts working in the kitchen of the restaurant, straight out of Le Cordon Bleu, Paris. She goes to work at her father’s restaurant, The Avilon, and learns that she cannot always get her way by being Daddy’s girl.


The entree


The crux of this show


Some Asian flavours – tune of Korean origin


Adding colours


Having variety & personality


Bloopers in the making



The Kitchen Musical is a Singaporean musical drama television series developed for NTV7 a co-produced by Media Prima Berhad. The series was premiered on 7 October 2011 and last television episode on 30 December 2011 in 12-country, 3-region & 2-continent across Southeast Asia, East Asia & Australasia such: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, Republic of China (Taiwan) & Australia. The show features a pool of actors, both veteran and new faces from around the region. The 1-hours of 13-episodes centers around good food and wine, with each episode featuring re-arranged and re-recorded popular hits accompanied by dancing. Every episode features a different menu.


The series were aired around the same period as Glee (2009) series. So it was no surprise viewers compared it with Glee and felt rather a copycat version.

Now that the series has ended, it is quite nice to re-watch the videos and be entertained with their musical.

However, I can’t help but to sense that there is something missing in this musical which makes it rather incomplete in taste. I wish I know what is it? Or perhaps it is just me.

What do you think?

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