Food and travel are two of life’s real pleasures. I’ve rounded up some great books that tell you everything you need to know about the ABSOLUTE BEST places to dine around the world. These are must-read books for people who love eating out and love to travel.
A global restaurant guidebook that features more than 7,000 recommendations for more than 4,500 restaurants in more than 70 countries! Click here to buy.
The Ultimate Eat list ranks the world’s top 500 food experiences! Click here to buy.
The name says it all. A comprehensive guide of over 1,700 places in the world to eat great pizza. Click here to buy.
This trustworthy dining companion is made up of reviews from guests who have dined anonymously and paid their bill. It’s been around since 1951, is free from bias and full of good food. Click here to buy.
The Michelin Guide is famous for its culinary knowledge and rates the best restaurants around the world by service, food and price. Click here to buy for Europe (Other cities available)
A collection of the 150 must-visit restaurants around the world. Amélie Vincent, also known as ‘The Foodalist’, has several of the best chefs on her contact list and selected only those places that set themselves apart with their menu, design, originality. Click here to buy.
A practical guide to Britain and Ireland’s top dining destinations including all venues that currently hold a Rosette for culinary excellence. With over 2,000 restaurants currently awarded Rosettes by the AA’s professional inspectors, this is the food lover’s guide to enjoying the best cuisine in Britain. Click here to buy.
Selected by top food critics Samir Arora of Glam Media, former New York Times food critic Patricia Wells and New York Magazine’s Gael Greene, learn about the world’s 100 best restaurants. It brings food lovers the most reservation-worthy cuisine from four continents. Click here to buy.
9. Truth, Love & Clean Cutlery – A Guide To The Truly Good Restaurants and Food Experiences of the World.
The world’s first guides to truly exemplary, organic, sustainable, and ethical restaurants. Edited by fifty of the world’s leading food writers, the guide features 490 inspirational restaurants from forty-five countries so you can easily find exemplary restaurants wherever you are. Click here to buy.
Secret Service looks at the highs and lows of the service industry. Fred Sirieix, the UK’s most famous maitre-d, talks dangerous liaisons under dining tables to after-hours fights. He tells all the gossip from behind the scenes that we don’t get to see! Click here to buy.
A must-have reference book for anyone who loves wine and wants a helping hand choosing in shops, restaurants, or buying on the internet. Click here to buy.
Formidable food critic Jay Rayner tells us a tale of twenty miserable meals he’s experienced in his career eating in some of the worlds best restaurants. Click here to buy.
The best 150 baristas and coffee experts share their secrets of 600 coffee spots across 50 countries – revealing where they go for coffee throughout the world. Click here to buy.
For everyone who loves travel and trying the local delicacies, this beautifully illustrated hardback is the must-have handbook to a year’s worth of perfect weekends around the world for food lovers. Click here to buy.
A gourmet, bite-sized guide to 25 of the best cities in Europe for foodies to visit. Click here to buy.
Discover the top pubs in each county for beer, food and accommodation, and find out the winners of the coveted titles of Pub of the Year and landlord of the Year. Click here to buy.
Get a taste of what’s on the plate at Disney World’s never-ending variety of food venues, from snack stands and quick service to signature restaurants and dinner shows. Click here to buy.
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