From truffles, to caramels, to bars, we’ve found the best to give this year.
Swedish Chef Magnus Nilsson on why no one understands Nordic food—and what the slow food movement gets wrong
An in-depth interview with the chef behind Fäviken.
An extremely eventful announcement of the 2019 French Michelin Guide.
For those who like to eat dinner blindfolded in silence.
Once the elegantly blemished parquet floors and exposed whitewash brickwork have been taken in, first time visitors to Native – which has re-opened, with the help of some kickstarter funding, in a generous-sized space near Borough Market– may find their eyes drawn to the spindly silver birch trees propped up against the industrial looking iron […]
In the little red guide’s home country, these are the establishments it deems to have “exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey.”
The former home of Upper Street’s Chinese Laundry, which closed down following a major fire in 2017, 1251 is a curious space. Set over two elongated spaces, one atop the other, with vast windows and works by local community artists dotted between the original Victorian features, it feels like the canteen in the kind of […]
Back in the Sixties, when it was named the Bag O’Nails, Jimi Hendrix and The Who were both regulars on stage, while The Beatles were social regulars (Paul McCartney met Linda Eastman there). And, from February, this 3,500 sq ft site will showcase the talents of various contemporary creative luminaries, thanks to a consortium led […]
Nominator: Claude Bosi French-born chef and most esteemed resident of the glass-fronted kitchen at Bibendum, West London Now installed in the iconic Michelin building on London’s Fulham Road, Claude Bosi has been one of the most talented and successful chefs operating in the UK for over 15 years. He first came to prominence in this […]