Where Chefs Eat : A Guide to Chefs' Favourite Restaurants
Recommending a minimum of three restaurants each, today's hottest food talent reveal their favourite breakfast places; where they like to eat late at night; which restaurant they wish they'd opened and more. Whether it's their favourite sushi bar when traveling or where they eat locally on a rare night off all 2300 chef recommendations will be based on the food alone. With entertaining reviews, stunning maps for reference and an easy-to-use geographical system of organisation, Where Chefs Eat will appeal to all chef-conscious restaurant goers and food lovers worldwide.
- Hardback | 704 pages
- 137 x 203 x 51mm | 816g
- 08 Jan 2013
- Phaidon Press Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 1st ed.
- 80 b&w maps
Finally. . .the first international restaurant guidebook by the real insiders: over 400 of the...
'international, invaluable' Evening Standard 'the choices are not obvious [...]: back streets as well as high streets are covered. ... Usefully, it indicates a price, dress code and who goes there.' The Times 'We've been trying to get hold of food writer Joe Warwick's little black book of chefs' favourite food spot for years - no need to now, as he's done the legwork for us in this cool guide.' Jamie (Oliver) magazine 'Who better to turn to for restaurant recommendations than the world's greatest chefs? Some 400 weighed in for this refreshing antidote to the tyranny of Yelp.' The Wall Street Journal '...a huge benefit for hungry tourists and locals alike...' The Huffington Post 'In an age where dining guides depend on either user reviews (Yelp) or anonymous ones (Michelin), this new book from Phaidon goes right to the source...' San Francisco Chronicle
About Joe Warwick
Joe Warwick is a London-based food writer, restaurant critic and experienced author of restaurant guides. He wrote The Hedonist's Guide to Eat London, which lists the 150 best London restaurants selected by critics, sommeliers, chefs, suppliers and maitre d's, and was the publisher of restaurant trade fanzine Galley Slave. Joe started the World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards and as such is well respected and connected within the restaurant world.