Eaters Guide to the World Review

Eater’s Guide to the World Feeds Foodies What They Want and Need

It’s been a long couple of years since Parts Unknown ended, and foodies everywhere had a show that they were hungry for more each week. Yes, there are bake offs we love and other cooking competitions. But those shows just aren’t the same, or fill us up in the same way. Hulu’s new series Eater’s Guide to the World isn’t a complete replacement for Parts Unknown, but the show is going to fill the void for many foodie viewers.

Eaters Guide to the World Review

If to eat well is to live well. You better damn well respect where your food comes from.

Narrated by Maya Rudolph, before even watching Eater’s Guide to the World I knew I was probably going to like it. But probably 10 seconds into the first episode, even before any food hit the screen, I was laughing and sold. It’s not just about food, it’s about experience, and while we can’t quite experience the restaurants and flavors highlight in the show, it can be a visual feast while you watch each episode.

Good tacos speak to the soul

Filmed in a pre-Covid world, Eater’s Guide to the World highlights not only small restaurants but also chef’s and cultural food from different regions and parts of life. From solo dining, to midnight gourmet in New York City and even the best restaurants to hit during a layover the show takes you to restaurants that only locals and foodies might know about. You will find yourself binging on all of the episodes and enjoying these small bites.

Eaters Guide to the World Review

Whoever said nothing good happens after 4 am is a goddamn liar – empanadas!

Each episode ranges from 23-30 minutes and focuses on multiple locations throughout each episode. Not staying too long on each location and allowing viewers just a taste of each location. And if, by some chance, you do start to tune out the show will have you snapped back into viewing with the smart and witty quotes and narration provided by Rudolph throughout the whole series. We only hope this series is around for us to enjoy for years to come.

Eater’s Guide to the World premieres Wednesday, November 11th only on Hulu!

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About Eaters Guide to the World:

Discover the most surprising culinary destinations in Eater’s Guide to the World. Join narrator Maya Rudolph on a quest to find the most unexpected places to score an epic meal, while drinking and dining with the locals along the way.
Cast: Maya Rudolph (narrator)

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Becky

Owner and Editor at Week99er
Becky is Content Creator in metro-Detroit. She is also an interior designer, a former adjunct professor, a gluten free foodie, and world traveler. Week99er is a lifestyle site featuring real life reviews of the latest in entertainment, technology, travel destinations and even set visits. Her Youtube channel gives in depth reviews and travel videos. Contact her at becky@week99er.com

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