What top chefs eat at home in cities around the world

If you’re short on time and want to get to know a city, food is the ultimate passport. Slow-braised vegetables in Berlin or moreish tostadas in Mexico City will tell you more about a place, its history and culture than a whole afternoon on an open top-tourist bus.  For the ultimate inside scoop, top chefs in six international cities have shared what they like to eat once they’ve hung up their whites for the night. From
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