Somebody Feed Phil documentary series about regional cultures and cuisines

Those who follow me here know that I really like these documentary series that involve travels and gastronomy and Somebody Feed Phil is one of my favorites.

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Further down I list all the cities and restaurants that Somebody Feed Phil has been to.

About the Somebody Feed Phil series

It’s a Netflix documentary series where the protagonist Philip Rosenthal travels the world getting to know regional cuisines and, most important, the people behind each dish or restaurant.

The series debuted in January 2018 and already has four seasons, and from what I saw, the fifth season of Somebody Feed Phil has just been released on the streaming platform Netflix.

Save this article for you to know each place while you watch the series.

Fun facts about the series:

Over the course of a few episodes Phil also shows a bit about his brother, producer, and his parents who are in the US showing the video calls he makes after a few episodes.

And, of course, the series also shows some of the protagonist’s experiences in the cities he passes by.

About Philip Rosenthal (January 27, 1960)

North American writer, creator and producer, his most successful work is the sitcom-style series Everybody Loves Raymond (1996-2005).

Philip Rosenthal is a very charismatic guy, he manages to make his interviewees talk a lot about their histories and regional cuisines in a very fun way.

It has a bunch of  information, humor and trivia about regional places and cuisines all the time.

I like it a lot!

In addition to local chefs, restaurateurs and cooks, he also talks a lot with journalists, food critics and bloggers who specialize in the subject, which is a great shortcut for anyone who has just arrived in some of those places and wants to know the culture.

If you also like this type of series, I invite you to read about Street Food: Latin America – Buenos Aires, another series on Netflix on the subject in which I got to know some restaurants in Buenos Aires.

Where Somebody Feed Phil went:

Season 1

  • Bangkok, Thailand
    • Khao Soi Loong Prakid Gard Gorm
    • Gaggan
    • Issaya
    • Khlong Toei Market
    • Jay Fai
    • Err
    • Author’s Lounge
    • Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
  • Saigon, Vietnam
    • Maison Merou
    • Tao Dan Park
    • Vỹ Dạ Quán
    • Cậu Ba Quán
    • Pho Phu Gia
  • Tel Aviv, Israel
    • Uri Buri
    • Sherry Herring
    • Mashya
    • Zakaim
    • Abouelafia Bakery
    • Rothschild Coffee Kiosk
    • שמעון מלך המרקים
    • Sabich
    • Hummus Abu Hassan
    • Dr. Shakshuka
  • Lisboa, Portugal 
    • Piriquita
    • Wurst
    • Nannarella
    • Cerevajaria Ramiro
    • Ginjinha Sem Rival
    • Time Out Market
    • Jesus E Goes
    • Pasteis de Belem
    • Ponto Final
    • Belcanto
    • Manteigaria
    • Alma
  • New Orleans, United States
    • Willie Mae’s
    • Camellia Grill
    • Dooky Chase’s
    • Turkey & the Wolf
    • Cochon Butcher
    • Shaya
    • Bevi Seafood Co.
  • Mexico City, Mexico
    • PUJOL
    • Fonda Margarita
    • El Moro
    • CANTINA LA MASCOTA
    • ROSETTA
    • El Huequito
    • Amaya

Season 2

  • Veneza, Italy
    • Bauer Hotel
    • Osteria Francescana
    • Bar Tiffany
    • La Consorteria 1966
    • Marcado Albinelli
    • Al Covo
    • Torrefazione Cannaregio
    • Vini da Arturo
    • Boutique Del Gelato
    • Acqua & Mais
    • Osteria All’ Arco
    • Cantine del Vino già Schiavi
  • Dublin, Ireland
    • Fishy Fishy
    • Ballymaloe
    • The Oval
    • Miyazaki
    • The Happy Pear
    • Murphy’s
    • Guinness
    • Boxty House
    • Brother Hubbard
    • Deasy’s
  • Somebody Feed Phil Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • Don Julio Parrilla
    • NOLA
    • La Mezzetta
    • Cucina Paradiso
    • Estancia El Ombu de Areco
    • Tegui
    • Mishiguene
    • Narda
    • San Telmo Market
    • Peron Peron
    • Chori
    • Los Galgos
    • El Obrero
  • Copenhague, Denmark
    • Gasoline Grill
    • Tivoli Gardens
    • Balderdash
    • DOP
    • Hija De Sanchez
    • Freetown Christiania
    • Fiskebaren
    • Amass
    • Barr
    • Amann’s Deli
  • Cape Town, South Africa
    • Babylonstoren Vineyard
    • Melissa’s
    • Truth Coffee
    • Mzoli’s Place
    • Faeeza’s Home Kitchen
    • Honest Chocolate
    • Fish on the Rocks
    • The Test Kitchen
    • Jarryd’s
    • Golden Dish
    • Carne SA
  • New York, United States
    • Blue HIll at Stone Barns
    • Russ & Daughters Cafe
    • Ice and Vice
    • Nathan’s Hot Dogs
    • Ganesh Temple
    • Chef’s Club
    • Zabar’s
    • White Gold Butchers
    • Pilot
    • Razza
    • Di Fara
    • Tottono’s
    • Peter Luger Steak House

Season 3

  • Marrakech, Morocco
    • Palais Namaskar
    • Nomad
    • Jama El f’na Market
    • Chez Lamine
  • Chicago, Estados Unidos
    • Chicago Cruise Lines
    • Monteverde
    • Virtue
    • Jim’s Original
    • Bang Bang Pie Shop
    • Al’s Beef
    • Pequod’s Pizza
    • Chicago Athletic Club
    • Fresh Moves Mobile Market
  • London, England
    • Rovi
    • Rochelle Canteen
    • Dukes
    • Borough Hall Market
    • Brat
    • Artichoke
    • Les Filles
    • Ginger and White
    • Ken’s Fish Bar
    • Dishoom
  • Seoul, South Korea
    • Mabokrim Ttokbokki Restaurant
    • Gwangjang Market
    • Neungra Bapsang
    • Samcheongdong Jukkumi Kalguksu
    • Noryangjin Market
    • Chung Mi Shim
    • Ddobagi Chicken
    • Jungsik
  • Montreal, Canada
    • Agrikol
    • Cabane À Sucre Au Pied De Cochon
    • Olive et Gourmando
    • Poissonnerie La Mer
    • Jean Talon Market
    • Park
    • Schwartz’s Deli
    • Montreal Plaza
    • Ma Poule Mouillée
    • St-Viateur Bagel

Season 4 – Somebody Feed Phil 

  • Somebody Feed Phil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    • Praça Nossa Senhora da Paz
    • Academia da Cachaça
    • Lasai Restaurante
    • Confeitaria Colombo
    • Aconchego Carioca
    • Diamantes na Cozinha
    • Bar do David
    • Cervantes
  • San Francisco, United States
    • Tartine
    • Dynamo Donuts
    • La Torta Gorda
    • Swan Oyster Depot
    • Bob’s Donuts
    • Petit Crenn
    • Boulette’s Larder
    • The Ferry Building
    • Brown Sugar Kitchen
    • The French Laundry
    • Bouchon
    • Bouchon Bakery
    • Ad Hoc
  • Singapore (country)
    • Tiong Bahru Hawker Market
    • Candlenut
    • The Raffles Hotel – Long Bar
    • Burnt Ends
    • Maxwell Hawker Center
    • Changi Village
    • Artichoke
  • Mississippi Delta, United States
    • Cozy Corner Restaurant
    • Abe’s
    • Delta Meat Market
    • Jim and Samella’s
    • Jim’s Cafe
    • Doe’s Eat Place
    • Highland Club
  • Hawaii, United States
    • Ahi Assassins Fish Co.
    • Hanks Haute Dogs
    • Uncle Clay’s House of Pure Aloha
    • The Pig and the Lady
    • Senia
    • Mud Hen Water
    • GJ’s Huli Chicken
    • The Feeding Leaf
    • Kahua Ranch

Season 5 – I haven’t seen this one yet

  • Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Maine, United States
  • Helsink, Finland
  • Portland, United States
  • Madrid, Spain
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I’ve been to some of the restaurants where Philip Rosenthal recorded for the Somebody Feed Phil series in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro and in the next posts I’ll tell you more about these experiences, what I went through and why I didn’t go to the other places, so let your name and email to stay on top of everything.

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Who am I?

I’m Rodrigo Schmiegelow, an advertiser specializing in Digital Marketing, today I live as a Digital Nomad (what is it), in other words, that I have geographic freedom and can work from anywhere in the world.

That’s why I can have amazing experiences like this.

I started a trip around the world to get to know places, cultures and regional cuisines and I will bring great surprises from these experiences.

I’m on the Farofa expedition, getting to know regional cuisines from all over Brazil.

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