Now you don't have to wish you were friends with René Redzepi to know where he likes to dine. With Where Chefs Eat, a new restaurant guide byPhaidon, you can have his recommendations at your fingertips.
Where Chefs Eat is the ultimaterestaurant guide. The book has over 2,000 personal recommendations from more than 400 chefs from around the world, including David Chang andJamie Oliver. It is divided by cities and includes maps to help you find your way.
The 700-page tome covers fine dining restaurants, as well as late night eateries and neighborhood favorites. The book costs $19.95 and will be available in January.
Until then, watch the trailer below for a preview of Where Chefs Eat.
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