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The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 0 votes.
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Phil soaks up the Southern scenery -- plenty of barbecue sauce -- as he munches on ribs, fried lobster, hot tamales, alligator and a slab of steak.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 12 votes.
Exploring the aloha spirit on the beaches and beyond, Phil enjoys poke, shave ice, huli huli chicken, poi and -- gasp -- even a few outdoor adventures.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 13 votes.
Phil tours a floating market by boat, samples the world's best street food in Chinatown and takes on a 25-course tasting menu with a futuristic twist.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 52 votes.
A tasty trip to Saigon kicks off with pho and banh mi. Phil gets up at dawn to harvest lotus stems and learns how real Vietnamese coffee is made.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 38 votes.
In vibrant Tel Aviv, Phil reconnects with old friends over shakshuka, visits a synagogue-themed hummus shop and meets "the princess of soup."
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 36 votes.
After a mezcal-soaked meal, Phil tries his hand at tortilla making and introduces a stranger to the wonders of tacos al pastor.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 29 votes.
With daughter Lily in tow, Phil gives his arteries a workout by devouring deep-fried hot dogs, delicious pie and, of course, deep-dish pizza.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 23 votes.
In one of his favorite cities, Phil savors chocolate croissants, queasily sails the bay and visits with culinary icons Alice Waters and Thomas Keller,
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 14 votes.
Breaking bread with friends old and new, Phil indulges in gustatory delights ranging from a simple meal of fish and chips to a posh venison nosh.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 23 votes.
Phil feels the beat -- and heat -- while dancing at Carnival, sampling fruit and feijoada, sipping potent caipirinhas and pigging out at a churrascaria.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 17 votes.
Mouthwatering fare rom the hawker markets delights Phil who also digs into a to-die-for Peranakan meal and admires the area's stunning architecture.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 13 votes.
Phil learns how to eat crawfish, goes hog-wild at a butcher shop and meets up with friends for a Monday night tradition: red beans and rice.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 29 votes.
Phil relishes new interpretations of Nordic classics such as smørrebrød and frikadeller before joining his family for fun and games at Tivoli Gardens.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 23 votes.
Phil gamely tries ostrich and antelope, eats with Nelson Mandela's grandson, tucks into BBQ and a family meal, and taste-tests coffee and flowers.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 21 votes.
A fan of the Korean food in LA, Phil eagerly heads to the source to try tteokbokki, feast on crab and gobble fried chicken with K-pop star Eric Nam.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 21 votes.
Phil savors Lisbon's famed pasteis de nata tarts, tours the city in a motorcycle sidecar and dines with a chef at his Michelin-starred restaurant.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Somebody Feed Phil from 44 votes.
Last updated: dec 06, 2020
I don't think this show even knows what it's about. It's not a food review show it's not a travel show. It's just a random unfunny white man called Phil eating food in different city's. He doesn't even go into the culture of the city's or the history of the food. Misleading Bio.
Phil is cool as hell and now I'm hungry as faq
Don't get me wrong, this show is clearly what it sets out to be. Light background entertainment. But I have so many questions. Who is Phil? What qualifications does he have apart from liking to eat and travel? Those aren't exactly unique traits. Who the heck composed that theme song and thought it was a good idea? Is showing non-English speakers misunderstand Phil really the best kind of joke you have in your toolbox?
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