They spend their days whipping up dishes for other people, but where do chefs eat out when they're not in the kitchen? This book will tell you

We’ve all been there: you finish work, go for a glass (or two) of wine and suddenly you’re very hungry. But where do you go?

 

You'll never be stuck again with the arrival of a new edition of Where Chefs Eat – it's the dining recommendations of more than 600 (that's six hundred) of the world’s leading chefs.

 

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Where Chefs Eat

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The massive tome is like an encyclopedia for dining tips, and it lists the favourite neighbourhood joints, late-night haunts and brekkie spots of chefs such as Yotam Ottolenghi, Jason Atherton and Noma’s René Redzepi. That’s more than 3,200 recommendations in one rather hefty place.

 

If that weren't enough there’s also an app so you can locate the nearest recommended restaurant to your after-work boozer.

 

We feel this is quite genius.

So, where do some of the world's best chefs eat in the our fair capital city?

 

Well, Ottolenghi likes Shoryu Ramen, Tom Kerridge goes to Meat Liquor, Angela Hartnett dines at Soho’s Hix and Jason Atherton's favourite place is Goodman’s in Mayfair.


Let's eat. 


Where Chefs Eat by Joe Warwick is available to buy now. 

Get the low-down in our interviews with Tom Kerridge, Hemsley + Hemsley and Lorraine Pascale