FOOD+DRINK

Recipes, reviews, farms and tables

Enrico Crippa’s ceaseless search for perfection

Enrico Crippa’s ceaseless search for perfection

by David J Constable

"I’ve lived in Alba for over 15 years, and have found my happy place. I plant, I grow, I harvest, I cook"

Game on | Review: The Game Bird, London

Game on | Review: The Game Bird, London

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"One question still vexes me, year in, year out. Where can I take my parents for dinner in London?"

Noma 2.0 | Now what?

Noma 2.0 | Now what?

by David J Constable

"I want the person responsible for cooking my dinner to be a proper fatty, experienced in gluttony"

Review: BaoziInn Chinatown 2

Review: BaoziInn Chinatown 2

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"You feel for the can’t-decide crowd who check the menu outside, assess the cheery downstairs room through the windows, and then are led upstairs"

Surviving fire and overwhelming acclaim: SingleThread, Healdsburg

Surviving fire and overwhelming acclaim: SingleThread, Healdsburg

by Derek Guthrie

"When told, drop everything and get the hell out, fast"

What actually is Canadian food?

What actually is Canadian food?

by David J Constable

"A daily menu arrives and makes a point of the kitchen’s Canadian-ness – what the Dickens is that I hear you cry?"

Netflix and brill | Review: La Marine, Noirmoutier

Netflix and brill | Review: La Marine, Noirmoutier

by Derek Guthrie

"Dinner starts proper with the world's oddest signature dish …"

Super chouette Soho | Review: Upstairs at The French

Super chouette Soho | Review: Upstairs at The French

by Derek Guthrie

"There's a shimmer in the wallpaper that speaks of a more familiar, outré Soho, than secret wartime plotting"

Can you say … Ynyshir?

Can you say … Ynyshir?

by Karen Krizanovich

"Unrivalled as a host, her death a week afterwards was unreasonably and irrationally upsetting to me: I’d only known her for a few hours"

Déjà pho | A food tour of Vietnam

Déjà pho | A food tour of Vietnam

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"I started as I would continue: perched on a tiny plastic chair at 7am." Neil D.A. Stewart eats his way from Hanoi to Saigon, but skips the dog