Netflix food show host Phil Rosenthal thrives in front of an audience – and he’s returning to Hong Kong for live show
Phil Rosenthal, best known for the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil and for creating comedy Everybody Loves Raymond, is coming to Hong Kong for a live showHe shares the places he is most looking forward to eat at, why he thrives in front of a live audience, and reveals details about his upcoming cookbookHong KongKylie KnottPublished: 4:15pm, 18 Sep, 2023Why you can trust SCMP
Phil Rosenthal wears many hats: producer, author, creator. He is also a television host, best known for the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil, which began airing in January 2018.
Combining his love of food and travel with a big dollop of his unique brand of humour, the Emmy-nominated show is heading into its seventh season.
In 2015, he hosted the travel and food series I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, with episode four filmed in Hong Kong and featuring Rosenthal dining on dim sum and seafood.
Now he is returning to the city with a different format: a live show where he shares anecdotes from his travels. It will be held at Kitec, in Kowloon Bay, on October 11.
“I love Hong Kong and can’t wait to return and see my friends,” Rosenthal tells the South China Morning Post. “Of all the places on my tour, I’m most excited to return to Hong Kong.”