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Taxi Gourmet | Fasten your seat belt and let the food quest begin…

A taxi driver's quest for the best restaurants in New York, Buenos Aires, Berlin and beyond - driven by the food wisdom of cabbies.

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  • Will never forget the one & only taxi adventure w/a lady cab driver in #BuenosAires named Mabel... #taxigourmet #tbt

    Lady Cab Driver

    taxigourmet.com 23 Apr '15, 8pm

    Photo by Flavia Ramos Tennessee Williams said that “Some mystery should be left in the revelation of character in a play, just as a great deal of mystery is always left in the revelation of character in life.” I would add that a great deal of mystery is always left in the revelation o...

  • On Vietnamese food in #Berlin, and a restaurant resting on its laurels #food

    Berlin Dispatch: Something’s Missing at Onkel Ho |

    taxigourmet.com 21 Apr '15, 9pm

    Pho – beef noodle soup – comes to you already garnished, which takes a lot of the fun out of eating it. (To be fair, this happens at a lot of Vietnamese restaurants in Berlin, but it’s harder to forgive at Onkel Ho, where they’re charging 2 Euros more than most places, and where the b...

  • Behind the Scenes: From Blog to Book

    taxigourmet.com 28 Feb '15, 5pm

    Behind the Scenes: From Blog to Book How did Taxi Gourmet (the blog) lead to Driving Hungry (the book)? In these behind-the-scenes posts, I describe the journey in six parts: Part 1: How I Found My Agent Part 2: How I Wrote My (Nonfiction) Book Proposal Part 3: The Anatomy of the Book...

  • "A poem is never finished" Read this #journey from #blog to #book via @TaxiGourmet

    From Blog to Book, Part 5: Revising the Manuscript | Taxi Gourmet

    taxigourmet.com 06 Feb '15, 12am

    From Blog to Book, Part 5: Revising the Manuscript February 5, 2015 This is the fourth in a series of posts about how Taxi Gourmet the blog led to Driving Hungry the book. In Part 1, I wrote about how I found my agent . In Part 2, I described what went into writing my book proposal . ...

  • New York Dispatch: On the road with Abu

    taxigourmet.com 26 Feb '15, 10pm

    As I sat on one of the bar stools, studying the photo collages of happy customers on the wall, debating about whether to take a picture of the “Footprints in the Sand” poem on the plaque next to the counter, biting into that unremarkable chicken pita and wondering how many garlic knot...

  • "Food?" said Afam, who drove a #NYC cab for 10 yrs, "now that's the knowledge that lingers!"

    New York Dispatch: In the Waiting Room at Team

    taxigourmet.com 26 Feb '15, 8pm

    It was a little sobering, in January, to re-enter the parking lot at Team Systems, my old taxi garage in Long Island City, Queens, remembering those dark, nervous mornings before my shifts, and the exhausted walks over that asphalt after I would turn in the taxi. It was sobering, too,...

  • Berlin Dispatch: Fishing Under the S-Bahn

    Berlin Dispatch: Fishing Under the S-Bahn

    taxigourmet.com 23 Mar '15, 11pm

    To sit in Ergun’s dining room today feels like you’re in on the family secret. To taste his flash-fried sardines or grilled dorado or lobster soup is to be teleported to the Bosporus, where the quality of the seafood is so good that the preparations can afford to be simple. To eat his...

  • New York Dispatch: On the road with Abu

    taxigourmet.com 13 Feb '15, 3pm

    As I sat on one of the bar stools, studying the photo collages of happy customers on the wall, debating about whether to take a picture of the “Footprints in the Sand” poem on the plaque next to the counter, biting into that unremarkable chicken pita and wondering how many garlic knot...

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