By Claire Stern
Updated Mar 08, 2015 @ 1:56 pm
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Ever wonder where David Chang of Momofuku fame stops for a snack? Or where Daniel Boulud noshes on hot dogs? Thanks to London based writer Joe Warwick, the food-obsessed can finally satisfy all of their culinary curiosities. His brand-new edition of Where Chefs Eat ($20; amazon.com) features 3,200 restaurants (2,000 more since his last version) in over 70 countries recommended by 600 leading chefs around the world, including the aforementioned above Michelin star recipients.

From neighborhood eateries to high-end chains, the 975-page tome provides integral information for any traveling foodie, including city maps, reviews, reservation policies, and insider tips from the star chefs themselves (think: how to order the aforementioned hot dog the Daniel Boulud way). And if you don’t feel like lugging around the hefty book, fear not: it’s available for digital download on the iTunes Store. Bon appétit!