Table Talk: Mark Kempson
The head chef of Kitchen W8 on the simple beauty of white truffle pasta and white Burgundy, why he’ll never eat ants again, and being force-fed pig’s liver by his nan.
Table Talk: Patrick Powell
The head chef of Allegra on eating cod’s sperm on his travels, how Anthony Bourdain sparked his passion for food, and why a long lunch at Noma was the best meal of his life.
Top wine-focused London restaurants that are reopening this week
As outdoor hospitality reopens in England today, we’ve rounded up the best wine-focused restaurants in London, as featured in Wine List Confidential, that are welcoming guests once again.
12 London restaurants with outdoor terraces
With al fresco drinking and dining returning on Monday 12 April, here’s our round up of the best outdoor dining spots in the UK capital, from timeless classics like The Ritz, to relative newcomers like Stanley’s in Chelsea.
This map charts the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants in the world
If Michelin-starred dining feels a little beyond your reach due to financial constraints then fear not – because a new map has revealed the most affordable Michelin-starred restaurants around the world.
Here’s how you can repel fruit flies from your home using wine corks
Fruit flies sometimes swarm into one’s home seemingly without rhyme or reason – and whatever method you try to get rid of the pesky bugs doesn’t seem to work. Here’s how you can use wine corks to repel the pests for good.
Past and present: Amazing pub landlord stories
Pubs will need all the support we can give them when they, hopefully, reopen next month. For now, we have rounded up some of the most inspiring and entertaining stories to have emerged from landlords in lockdown, plus a few more from the history books.
Table Talk: Asimakis Chaniotis
The executive chef of Pied à Terre on how snails braised with pearl onions ignited his passion for food, why Thomas Keller is his hero, and an epic Petrus vertical.
Table Talk: Sameer Taneja
The executive chef of Benares on a mind-blowing meal at Pujol, eating fried grasshoppers in Mexico and why winter is his favourite season for food.
10 new Masters of Wine for 2021 with first in Italy
We are delighted to reveal the latest set of people to become Masters of Wine, taking in 10 high-achieving figures from a range of countries including the UK, Germany, New Zealand, and the US – as well as the first MW based in Italy.
Table Talk: Claude Bosi
The Lyon-born executive chef of Bibendum on memories of homemade gnocchi, eating whale in Japan without realising, and why Comté and Jura is the perfect pairing.