FOOD+DRINK

Recipes, reviews, farms and tables

Déjà pho | A food tour of Vietnam

Déjà pho | A food tour of Vietnam

by Neil D.A. Stewart

Neil D.A. Stewart eats his way from Hanoi to Saigon, but skips the dog

George Reynolds on the new Nahm

George Reynolds on the new Nahm

by George Reynolds

"The whole fried fish at Nahm is delicious, but it’s not as impactful as eating a whole fish at a beachside restaurant, sand between your toes, flesh and crispy skin and garlic-chilli-lime nahm jim between your fingers"

We love … the Japanese toilets at M Threadneedle Street

We love … the Japanese toilets at M Threadneedle Street

by Civilian London

"It’s one that raises the seat for you as you approach, lest you find touching a toilet seat a kind of degeneracy"

Hot table | Review: Hide, London

Hot table | Review: Hide, London

by Derek Guthrie

"They knew the farmer's name, the strain of tomato used in the gazpacho, the fresh herbs used in that morning's Italian crispbread"

Aw shucks | Where to eat oysters in London

Aw shucks | Where to eat oysters in London

by Karen Krizanovich

"I’m sure vegetables aren’t dead so oysters are not for vegans"

Eleven thousand feet and rising: Mil, Peru

Eleven thousand feet and rising: Mil, Peru

by Neil D.A. Stewart

Mil is Peruvian wunderkind Virgilio Martínez’s high-wire, high-altitude new endeavour

The top of the city | Mikla, Istanbul

The top of the city | Mikla, Istanbul

by David J Constable

David J Constable on chef Mehmet Gürs and a restaurant with a unique perspective

Hot meets cool | London’s new Indian flavours

Hot meets cool | London’s new Indian flavours

by Derek Guthrie

"I'm from Glasgow and my playmate is from Bradford so Punjabi food, and in his case Pakistani, are, er, meat and chapatis to us both"

What we talk about when we talk about menus | George Reynolds on Diana Henry’s <em> How To Eat a Peach </em>

What we talk about when we talk about menus | George Reynolds on Diana Henry's How To Eat a Peach

by George Reynolds

George Reynolds on Diana Henry's How To Eat a Peach

Party o’three review: Foxlow, Soho

Party o’three review: Foxlow, Soho

by Civilian London

"It’s almost wakame-like. Am I that pretentious? Can I help it that I’ve put everything in the world in my mouth already? But I think they’ve ceviche-d this, or something. It’s got a citrusy thing"