‘Where Chefs Eat’

by Quing Obillos

Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs' Favorite Restaurants

Food is an integral part of life and any travel experience. Millions of Instagram food photos are enough proof of that. Travelers look for places to eat in as much as they look for interesting sites to visit. When you try out local food you learn more about the country’s culture and it opens up your palates to a whole new world of tastes and flavors. In this light, I’ve found the gold mine where purveyors of the finest cuisine choose to get their own fix.

Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs' Favorite Restaurants

Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs’ Favorite Restaurants is your reference on the best places to eat in every corner of the world. It lists more than 3,000 restaurant recommendations from over 600 accomplished chefs hailing from different cultural and culinary backgrounds. The restaurants range from regular neighborhood eateries to high-end fine dining restaurants. You are sure to find a place to eat that fits your budget. Along with a short description from the chefs, it provides helpful information such as opening hours, reservations policies and whether or not credit cards are accepted.

Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs' Favorite Restaurants

São Paulo, Brazil — a city high on my bucket list

I got this book last year and browsing through some of the restaurants has gotten me excited to pack my bags and fly.

Prefer a mobile version of Where Chefs Eat? It is also available for download as an iOS app.

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