Each of the 14 half-hour episodes reveals unknown hot spots – many concealed by unmarked or fake entrances, camouflaged doorways or hidden panels – in popular destinations such as Rome, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Mexico City and Moscow. Sometimes the dish is hidden, sometimes the whole restaurant is a secret. No matter what, the foods Richman finds are delicious, unique – and only available to those “in the know.”
“People associate me with finding some of the best, most delicious and authentic comfort food gems around,” says Richman. “Whether legendary, well-known dishes and restaurants like in ‘Man v. Food,’ or hidden and off-the-menu with ‘Secret Eats,’ the adventure of discovering a new place is very much there, and I guarantee you'll learn something new and cool each episode.”
In the season premiere, Richman travels to London in search of the city’s secret eats. First, he must convince a detective agency to take on his case in order to get into a secret speakeasy restaurant. Then, he must dance for his dessert when he orders a secret menu sundae at a Soho diner. Later, Richman searches for a restaurant hidden inside an antiques and architectural salvage market. Finally, he gets a taste of Kansas City right in the middle of London with an off-menu barbecue brunch sandwich.
Check out “Secret Eats with Adam Richman” on TravelChannel.com for special show extras including behind-the-scenes photos and Richman’s top five web series, where he guides viewers on what to see and do in each city featured on “Secret Eats.” Viewers also can follow host Adam Richman on Twitter: @adamrichman
“Secret Eats with Adam Richman” will air on Travel Channel in the United States and across Scripps Networks’ international portfolio of channels in more than 100 countries and territories.
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