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1001 Restaurants

You Must Experience Before You Die

By Jenny Linford

  • Paperback
  • £20.00

The world is full of wonderful places to eat and this mouthwatering, globetrotting guide features 1001 of the very best.

The world is full of wonderful places to eat and this mouthwatering, globetrotting guide features 1001 of the very best.

Gourmets with an appetite for good food in gorgeous settings will find their taste buds tingling in anticipation as they flick through the pages of this book. The eateries listed here come from around the world and range from beloved, local institutions-favorite spots for family celebrations-to elegant, haute cuisine establishments in which to enjoy refined and elegant dishes.

As well as celebrating the traditional and the classic, 1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die showcases the best of the contemporary dining scene. Discover where the world's best chefs-René Redzepi, Pierre Gagnaire, Thomas Keller, and Heston Blumenthal, to name but a few- are performing their culinary wizardry. Read about grand old European cafés, brasseries, and restaurants in places such as Barcelona, Paris, Vienna, and Budapest-whose décor evokes the confident affluence of the nineteenth century-as well as the most modern and stylish temples to gastronomy.

The featured restaurants are all iconic, selected not only for the standard of their cooking but for their atmosphere, ambience and setting. There's no shortage of culinary choice either: the world's cuisines are all well-represented in their diverse glory. If you've ever wondered where to find the best curries in Delhi, feijoada in Brazil, dim sum in Hong Kong, sushi in Tokyo, or antipasti in Rome, this is the book for you.

Biographical Notes

Jenny Linford is a freelance writer based in London, England. Drawn to food writing by greed, her published work has ranged from recipe-writing to food and travel articles. With eating out a favourite pastime, Jenny is a regular restaurant reviewer for publications including Time Out's London Eating and Drinking Guide and Square Meal. She is the author of several books including Great British Cheeses, The London Cookbook and Food Lovers' London, a cosmopolitan guide to the capital's diverse delis and eating places, now in its seventh edition.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781844037643
  • Publication date: 06 Oct 2014
  • Page count: 960
  • Imprint: Cassell
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