I'll Have What Phil's Having
Come along with Emmy Award®-winner Phil Rosenthal on these six offbeat and often hilarious culinary adventures around the world. Phil, creator of the TV hit Everybody Loves Raymond, meets the chefs, culinary leaders, and style-setters who keep their communities' traditions alive and create new ones, in kitchens both on and off the well-worn gastronomic path.
Tokyo - On sensory overload at first, Phil realizes that in Tokyo, not only must the food taste delicious but the experience has to be parallel, making it pleasant for all of the senses.
Italy - From the bustle of Florence to countryside of Umbria, Phil journeys across the land where passion and beauty are infused into every aspect of the culture, but most importantly, into the food.
Paris - While some people call Paris ""The City of Light,"" Phil introduces his favorite destinations in ""The City of Sweets,"" among other gastronomic delights.
Hong Kong - A newcomer to this ""gateway to Asia,"" Phil explores the city sampling classic to unconventional dishes, learning about Chinese medicine, fashion, mixology, tea, and more!
Barcelona - Phil explores Barcelona's rich history through food - from art and architecture to their love of pork and a quest for the best jamón.
Los Angeles - Phil tours his favorite food spots in his adopted hometown, and shares the diversity of Los Angeles through its food.
""Bonus Scenes"" videos include…
Jacques Genin Hot Chocolate
Making Shumai in Hong Kong
Kiosk Universal in the Boqueria
Ludo Lefebvre Makes Fried Chicken
""Punched in the Face"" by Szechuan
Norman Lear Sings to Phil and Paul Reiser
Phil's Dad Cracks a Joke
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