The Dish: Stevie Parle
Stevie Parle is the chef-owner of Italian restaurants Pastaio, Rotorino and Palatino in Soho, Dalston and Clerkenwell, and Modern British venue Craft London in Greenwich. Before opening Dock Kitchen in 2009 aged just 24, he cut his culinary teeth at The River Café, Moro and Petersham Nurseries in London, and April Bloomfield’s Spotted Pig in New York. During these stints he spent his spare time travelling extensively through Asia, Europe and the Middle East – an experience that continues to shape his cuisine today.
The Dish: Clause Bosi, Bibendum
Claude Bosi joined Terence Conran’s revamped Bibendum in 2017, swiftly winning two Michelin stars for his contemporary French cuisine. Here, the chef reveals his favourite restaurants, and why in another life he might have been a carpenter.
db eats: Evelyn’s Table
Resident hedonist Lucy Shaw heads to the 14-seater Evelyn’s Table in Soho, from the team behind The Palomar, for deep fried courgette flowers, smoked eel tart and a heavenly Puligny-Montrachet.
db eats: Londrino
Resident foodie Lucy Shaw heads to Leandro Carreira’s solo venture, Londrino in London Bridge, for Madeira-laced red prawns, silky octopus, and grilled brioche drenched in caramel.
db eats: Hide
Resident foodie Lucy Shaw heads to Ollie Dabbous’ much-hyped Hide in Mayfair for a comforting nest egg, buttery king crab and a silky New Zealand Syrah.
The Dish: Tom Sellers
Last night Tom Sellers reopened his debut Michelin-starred restaurant, Story, with a fresh look, no…
Unfiltered: Greta Krpciarova, Goodman Restaurant Group
Greta Krpciarova, sommelier and wine buyer for the Goodman Restaurant Group, takes our Unfiltered Q&A, revealing…
Unfiltered: Charlotte Logan-Jones, Bonhams Restaurant
Sommelier at Bonhams Restaurant, Charlotte Logan-Jones has more than 10 years experience in wine, having…