From Lambeth to Lancashire. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
In an industry in thrall to the new, sometimes our most old-school restaurants get neglected. Loyd Grossman returns to the fabled India Club.
Just outside Copenhagen is a hotel where workouts, rest and play are all part of the experience. Adam Hyman checks in.
Bob Bob Ricard introduce dynamic menu pricing, Polpo’s Ape & Bird has closed to make way for BrewDog Seven Dials and baked good specialist Popina will open in Mayfair in mid-February. In other news, after 12 years working with Heston Blumenthal, Jonny Lake is set to pursue personal projects and Selin Kiazim is to open a second Oklava this year.
Angela Hartnett is a chef, TV presenter and cookery writer. She holds a Michelin star and runs her own restaurants.
In each edition we ask two industry figures to face off on a subject exercising the food world. This season we turn the spotlight on whether sharing plates or traditional menus are better for the diner...
From Shuang Shuang to Sri Lanka. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
Its food scene has been influential on the UK for a while now, so Adam Hyman went to Israel’s most happening city to discover its essential stopping-off points
Tommy Banks of The Black Swan at Olstead has his eye on opening in York, Bundobust have set their sights on Liverpool and a new private member’s lounge The Daisy will open in Manchester. In other news, Manchester microbrewery Beatnikz will open a new bar and kitchen and more news on Manchester's Jackson's Row development.
Indian favourite Kricket is to open at the White City Television Centre this summer, Mr Bao will open a Daddy Bao in Tooting and Gizzi Erskine has announced details of her own first restaurant. In other news, nominations are open for the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards and a chef scholarship program has been launched by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants organisation and the BBVA bank.
From Fitzrovia to Flat Iron Square. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
One of the nation’s most loved and trusted chefs hasn’t been in a kitchen for 23 years, but his influence is undimmed. Over lunch, ‘Hoppy’ shares his stories with Lisa Markwell
Once the domain of the fine-dining chef, the tasting menu has become ubiquitous. But is it the ultimate way to eat, or has the cult of the chef gone too far?
A majority shareholding in Corbin & King is being sold to Minor International, the Kitty Fisher’s team are to open Cora Pearl, on Henrietta Street and 39 Steps Coffee Haus opens in January. In other news, National Geographic has launched a food magazine, Kanada-Ya will open on Upper Street in March and Anatolian restaurant Ruya will open in the spring.