Your top secret table is ready – tuck into Extraordinary Places to Eat
Get insider knowledge on some remarkable places to eat and discover the hidden gastronomic gems that the top chefs rarely share.
In this BBC food and travel documentary, world-famous maître d’ Fred Sirieux travels across Europe on a mission to persuade the world’s finest chefs to reveal their favorite secret places to eat.
Traveling to food hotspots including San Sebastian, Paris and Venice, he meets a veritable smorgasbord of top food professionals. But will he persuade these famed gourmands to delve into their little black books and reveal the mouth-watering morsels offered by unassuming backstreet bistros and concealed cafes?
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