"Secret Eats With Adam Richman" Uncovers Surprising Foods in Unexpected Places

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02 August 2016
Secret Eats with Adam Richman
Courtesy of Travel Channel
“Secret Eats with Adam Richman" 
Premieres Monday, August 8 with Back-to-Back Episodes
at 10 PM and 10:30 PM ET/PT on Travel Channel

          Shhh…Adam Richman has a secret! In "Secret Eats wth Adam Richman," the foodie and in-the-know host crisscrosses the globe on the ultimate quest to uncover unique, surprising delicious and hidden food treasures. He unveils a combination of off-the-menu items and off-the-grid restaurants – some that are even hidden to locals.
          Culinary traveler Adam Richman shares information about some of the world’s most amazing off-the-grid restaurants and mouthwatering off-the-menu dishes in Travel Channel’s “Secret Eats with Adam Richman.” Premiering on Monday, August 8 with back-to-back episodes at 10:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET/PT, the series showcases Richman’s contagious enthusiasm and passion for discovering underground eats and follows him as he searches the world for mysterious, intriguing culinary hideaways.  

      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. 
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