Binge watched your favourite shows and wondering what to do now? Why not travel to some of the world’s most beautifully located places with Netflix’s new show Restaurants on the EdgeBy Amitha Ameen

 

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Social distancing and self-quarantine can make many of us go a little crazy, especially those of us who are so used to travelling frequently. While stepping out is not really an option, and thanks to technology, there are plenty of movies and TV shows that are really managing to satiate our inner wanderlust.

 

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Our most recent binge has been Restaurants on the Edge, a reality show starring Chef Dennis Prescott, Designer Karin Bohn, and restaurateur Nick Liberato. All talented and torch-bearing personalities in their own fields, the show follows them on their journey to the world’s most beautifully situated restaurants, but with a twist. The hosts visit eateries in amazing locations that offer fantastic views but lacklustre food.

 

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This quest to find the most strategically located restaurants takes the hosts through places like Malta, Hong Kong, St. Lucia, Austria, Costa Rica, and Tobermory in Canada. In each of these places, the three food and design experts try to do their best to revive, renovate and refocus the failing restaurant and owners who aren’t making the best of what they have.

 

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A show that focuses solely on food and travel? We can’t think of a better way to spend our quarantine period, whilst taking notes of these far-off destinations for our bucket lists.

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