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Written by Laura Coulter, 2 years ago, 1 Comment
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Girl About Town, Worldette’s sassy and no nonsense agony aunt, answers your travel concerns.  But watch out! Ask a silly question and our girl, who knows how to travel in style, might bite…

Dear Girl About Town, Michelin Stars bore me and large restaurants remind me of cafeterias with everyone herded in together. I want small, intimate and delicious. What to do?

While everyone is fighting over reservations, waiting in a long queue or staring at other  diners who all read the same guidebook recommendation, you can be eating and drinking with a select group of soon-to-be new friends in a private home.

Private dinners are popping up in major cities and are a fun way to have a gourmet meal with interesting people. Seating is extremely limited, as it’s usually in the chef’s home and often, the address is given out just 45 minutes before the meal – giving you enough time to grab a taxi to the secret spot and enjoy an aperitif. Naturally, the intimate group size allows you to chat with the other guests and enjoy their company while feasting on several courses. Check out:

Paris: Hidden Kitchen hkmenus.com/

My Private Dinner www.myprivatedinner.com

Italy: Home Food Italy: www.homefood.it/

USA: Supper Underground www.supperunderground.com

Clandestion Suppers www.clandestinodining.org

London: The Underground Restaurant marmitelover.blogspot.com/

Buenos Aires: Pablo Abramosky opens his house to take you in a 5-step course gourmet meal. www.paladarbuenosaires.com.ar

Casa Felix Diego: Felix is probably the most talented and passionate chef specializing in Latin- American cuisine. Casa Fexi is his charming home and you are invited to experience a five-step vegetarian culinary tour de force. www.diegofelix.com

Tokyo: Aronia De Takazawa www.aroniadetakazawa.com

 

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