Andrew Zimmern's Driven By Food season 1
The series Andrew Zimmern's Driven By Food season 1 explores the incredible discovery of the protagonist Andrew Zimmern. Looking tests feelings accompanying the daily life of people Andrew goes to circumnavigate the globe visiting the many tourist facilities. To find the true heart of the city to know what lies its uniqueness protagonist enjoys the best way to open a new location. In every other city he seeks the advice of the local drivers of taxi services to find out where to go how to find a particular institution. Each country gets to Andrew's original discovery containing many features with respect to culture, traditions, mentality and so on. He is constantly faced with something new and unusual that simply does not allow him to pass. Andrew tries to find the middle ground behind which the whole essence of the human being. For this hero is ready to overcome thousands of kilometers only to find that seed generating the truth hidden behind the everyday routine backstage. If you're curious to see what people of other nationalities live then do not waste time and go round the world trip with Andrew Zimmern.
Andrew Zimmern's Driven By Food season 1 episodes list:
Andrew Zimmern finds a delicious mix of ancient and modern cultures in Hyderabad.
Three cabbies give Andrew Zimmern an up-close look at everyday life in Rio.
Andrew Zimmern learns Bangkok's secrets with the help of two local cab drivers.
Nashville is full of entrepreneurial spirits, amazing restaurants, and, most famously, a rich music scene. Andrew Zimmern's driver, Finn, is an amateur historian, percussionist and poet. He'll show Andrew the insider's Nashville, taking him to a "meat and three," a cookout at a heritage food farm with a hometown chef and a Music Row session with country music royalty.
Andrew Zimmern explores Chicago with two cabbie guides, one from Chicago and the other a transplant from Pakistan. He visits insider spots like an unmarked Krygz restaurant, cheers on the roller derby team and meets a blues music legend.
Three hackney cabbies show Andrew Zimmern their favorite local spots in London. He hangs out in a cabbie diner near Buckingham Palace, plays darts at a pub that's been open since 1860 and gambles on the greyhounds at Wimbledon Stadium.
Andrew Zimmern leaves his Berlin itinerary up to two taxi drivers, one from the East side of the city and the other from the West. He eats currywurst and haute cuisine at his cabbies' favorite joints, and then tours a secret war bunker.