Dan Barber is worried. His team has been scavenging the Selfridges Food Hall for leftover and damaged foodstuffs to use at the wastED dining series on the rooftop of the iconic London department store.
“Since we’re twins, we’re very connected to each other and most of the things throughout our life we’ve done together. We create dishes together – there’s no separation of who does what.”
“Every year I’ll open one restaurant and every year I’ll get closer to closing my restaurant.”
“As chefs, we have a social responsibility to show farmers that there are other options beyond drug production to substitute their crops and still prosper.”
“As a child, I had visions of being the ambassador in Tanzania, sipping my cocktails by the pool. When it’s really hard, I sometimes think that would be the easier option.”
Colombians are so serious about gastronomy, they’ve renamed a whole neighbourhood in Bogotá as ‘Zona G’ – that’s ‘G’ for gourmet or gastronomy.
“As soon as I sit down, I think ‘I should open another restaurant’. I love Melbourne – the food scene is amazing – and London would be awesome too.”
Boxpark Croydon is here at last – and it’s a shipping container paradise. Discover the top seven street food dishes …
After the roaring success of the first Osso, Garibaldi is planning a second branch, with a new supersized butcher’s shop serving meaty sandwiches.
If you’ve ever ended up at a candle-lit table for two, locking knees with your new boss or prospective client, you’ll know just how crucial it is to pick the right venue for corporate occasions.
From oozing tacos on street corners to edible ant larvae, Mexico is a true mecca for food lovers. Take our tour of five of the best food destinations.
We’ve all done it: you book a restaurant on the promise of great food, only to find the cocktails resemble the sort of umbrella-topped disaster you’d get on a cheapo package holiday in Benidorm.
Daniel Humm, world-class chef, has just served a packet of orange-coloured baked cheese crackers to a guest paying hundreds of dollars. The unsuspecting diner is “mind-blown”.
For the last few years – let’s call them The Tinder Years – I’ve been longing to return to the Jane Austen era of good old-fashioned courting.
You could be forgiven for thinking Tijuana is a low-budget Las Vegas. But beyond its seedy strip is Mexico’s fastest-growing gastronomic hub
A fresh generation of chefs and a spectacular natural larder has put the continent’s foodie scene on the map. But which city is leading the pack?
A selection of restaurant profiles written for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015, plus The World’s 50 Best Restaurants: the list in pictures
“There’s one day in this job when you have to choose between being a wife and mother, and being a chef. If I had been in love and had a baby in my thirties, I probably wouldn’t be where I am today”
Love ’em or loath ’em, hipster coffee shops and their tattooed, bearded baristas are here to stay – and they’re changing the way many people consume coffee
I’m not a wife, but I admit
there’s something I find quite
fascinating about adultery and
forbidden passion, particularly
that of the female kind