‘Nomad’ episode guide: Join Carlton McCoy on his search for authenticity around the world

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(CNN) – In the new CNN original series “Nomad with Carlton McCoy,” Master Somelier McCoy In search of authenticity in places around the world. Whether it’s on the banks of the Mississippi River or in the bustling city of Seoul, McCoy is looking for a petite way to discover what really makes each place special.

Below is an episode-by-episode guide to McCoy’s journey. Take a look at what he discovered:

Paris

Carlton McCoy and chef Christoph Pel at Le Clarence in Paris.

Carlton McCoy and chef Christoph Pel at Le Clarence in Paris.

While in Paris, McCoy expands his search for authentic Parisian experiences to lesser known ones. Bellies, Or suburbs, which surround the city center. In addition to the Champs Elysees and the Eiffel Tower, the rich diversity of dining options and cultural opportunities highlights the intricacies of Paris’s identity.

Interested in learning more about the authentic Parisian lifestyle? Check out these six places:

New Saigon – This Loganes Restaurant Vietnamese food discovery for the French audience. Logness, a banlieue With the highest proportion of Asians in any town in France, there is naturally some beautiful stellar Asian cuisine. A dish noodle soup called Phnom Penh, sampled by McCoy at New Saigon, is actually from Cambodia.
Basilic Cathedral de Saint-Denis – Formerly the royal abbey of St. Denis, the Basilic Cathedral de Saint-Denis The first example of Gothic architecture is the medieval landmark known as the “graveyard of kings”. It serves as the burial place of 43 kings, 32 queens and 10 servants of the monarchy.
Bone Adventure – This Saint-on-Restaurant Made from Publicist, the chef was opened by Alcidia Woolbeau and showcases her unique selection on French-African fusion cuisine. McCoy especially enjoyed shakshuka based on a traditional North African dish.
Le Clarence – Located in the 8th Arrondissement of ParisLe Clarence Is a restaurant that was awarded two Michelin stars in 2017 and features an innovation in classic French cuisine by chef Christophe Pel.
Marion Ibrahim Gallery – Second iteration of Marion Ibrahim GalleryFollowing its success in Chicago, Avenue Matignon opened in Paris in September 2021. The gallery’s French-Somali founder, Ibrahim, focuses on highlighting artists from Africa and its diaspora.
Palace d’L’alici – Elysee Palace The French White House is essentially the home of President Emanuel Macron. It is only open to tourists during European Heritage days and is even larger than the Palace of Versailles. Preparations by Francis Oge, the chef de party of the palace mille feuille For McCoy.
Carlton McCoy Chef Francis Ogeny learns about the journey from the Palace de l’Elysee in the White House of France. Be sure to tune in “Nomad with Carlton McCoy” It will premiere on CNN this Sunday night at 10 pm ET / PT.
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