If walls could speak, as the saying goes, Jermyn Street’s lichen-pocked edifices could dictate a wonderfully rich tome about the city in whose dead centre it resides: for this is one of those thoroughfares where stuff, for whatever reason, just happens. Home, over the years, to tailors, cheesemongers, parfumiers, milliners and shirtmakers (including James Bond’s […]
How Danish chef Rasmus Kofoed built a culinary marvel in an unlikely place.
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 […]
Nominee: Stephen Harris The former history teacher behind 2017’s National Restaurant of the Year, The Sportsman in Seasalter, Kent Now twice voted the UK’s best restaurant, The Sportsman – located on the windswept north Kent coast – is firmly established as a national treasure, and the self-taught Stephen Harris as something of a culinary sage. […]
Nominator Angela Hartnett The woman behind highly-acclaimed modern Italian outfits Murano and Café Murano, Mayfair, as well as Hartnett Holder & Co in New Forest [text] With sites in Mayfair, St James’s, Covent Garden and Shoreditch (as well as a country collaboration down in the New Forest), Angela Hartnett is the queen of the London […]
Nominator: Tom Kerridge Co-founder, with his wife, of The Hand & Flowers, Marlow – the celebrated eatery which within a year gained his first Michelin star He may be most famous for his sunny personality, TV shows and dramatic weight loss, but no one should forget that Tom Kerridge was the first chef to win […]