Phil Rosenthal, the writer/creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, is getting into the food reality business with none other than Thomas Keller. According to Deadline, Rosenthal's show, which as yet doesn't have a title, features a different celebrity (some chefs, some not) every episode taking him to a city and showing him around. So first up he goes to London with Keller for nine days, and then, if the pilot's picked up, he'll go to Italy with Nancy Silverton and Japan with Nobu Matsuhisa.
Before you start thinking the show sounds a lot like No Reservations with famous people, Rosenthal tells Deadline, "I love [Anthony Bourdain] but I'm not like him — I prefer to have a reservation." See, he's a comedy writer. Anyway, follow Rosenthal's twitter to see what he and Keller get up to in England.