Andrew's taking a food tour around the world without ever leaving our nation's capitol! He visits some of the foreign embassies in Washington, DC, to get a taste of how food can open the doors to diplomacy.Go to Episode
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
Acting Ambassador Salman Farisi gives Andrew a tour and tells him the mansion is haunted by the ghost of Evelyn Walsh, former owner of the cursed Hope Diamond.
2020 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Embassy of Sweden
Deputy Chief Karin Olofsdotter and the Ambassador's wife Eva Hafstrom put out a spread for Andrew to sample surstromming, reindeer and blood pudding.
2900 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20007
The French Ambassador lives in a $27 million mansion on Embassy Row. Andrew takes a look around and heads into the kitchen with Master Chef Bertrand Bellengier.
2221 Kalorama Road NW, Washington, DC 20007
Embassy of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan's Ambassador Erlan Idrissov shows Andrew around. He is given the seat of honor at a low table called a dastarkhan, and he tries Caspian caviar, kuydak, beshbarmak.
1401 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036
At the Peruvian Residence, Andrew is treated to a display of ancient artifacts and a meal of authentic Peruvian cuisine.
3001Garrison Street NW, Washington, DC 20008
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