When he launched his Netflix travel-food documentary series Somebody Feed Phil, the Emmy-winning creator of Everybody Loves Raymond traded award ceremonies for chef’s tables and food festivals (he’s headlining this October’s Devour! The Food Film Fest in Wolfville, Nova Scotia). We asked the L.A.-based writer and producer for his top spots in London, one of his favourite cities. “It took me a long time to visit because I always heard the food wasn’t good,” he says, noting the culinary scene began to flourish in the 1990s. “When I did go, I realized the city is full of incredible things – and since many children’s books and movies are set there (like Mary Poppins) it felt warm and familiar to me.”
An illustration of a London map highlighting Phil Rosenthal's favourite places
Phil Rosenthal, Host of Somebody Feed Phil, Shares His Guide to London
Markets, museums and martinis.
Phil’s 5 spots in London
Rovi —I grew up with meat as the centrepiece of a meal: chicken, fish, beef, lamb, pork – that’s dinner. But chef Yotam Ottolenghi works with vegetables with such artistry and variety that you don’t miss meat at all.
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