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The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 208 | 20 Feb

Tratra is to open at Boundary in Shoreditch whilst Simpson’s-in-the-Strand is to close for restoration in April. Andi Oliver has announced she is to open her first restaurant in Stoke Newington next month, LASSCO’s bar & dining has opened on Maltby Street and Le bun, the French American diner are now operating from Ely’s Yard at The Old Truman Brewery. In other news JKS Restaurants has announced they are to open a third Motu Indian Kitchen.


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FT How to Spend It | How Japanese food is revolutionising the way we eat

Our love affair with Japanese food has transformed the way we eat. Bill Knott enters the fifth dimension.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Amersham to Dublin. Here are The Dumbwaiter's best bites of the week. 


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The Telegraph | Le crunch: is British cuisine really better than French?

Gordon Ramsay has become the first Brit to be awarded two Michelin stars in France, heralding a new chapter in the long-running rivalry between French and British cuisine.


CODE Special
Magical Mallorca

CODE recently visited Mallorca to report on its hotel scene – here’s our pick of the best.


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Evening Standard | Jamie Oliver: I’m not a businessman… I just learn from my failures

Jamie Oliver is worth an estimated £320 million and oversees more than 50 restaurants around the world, but he says he still doesn’t consider himself a businessman.


The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 207 | 13 Feb

Blacklock is to open its second site in the city whilst Darjeeling Express is to open its first venture in London. Bill Granger announces he is to open his fourth London restaurant this year, Wright Brothers are to open their fifth site in London and il Pampero is to open in Belgravia. In other news, PISQU a new Peruvian restaurant has opened in Fitzrovia and Dirty Bones is to open its fourth site this Spring.

 


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Sunday roasts to stargazy pie. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the week. 


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FT How to Spend It | Mark Hix's perfect weekend in Dorset

The former chef-director of Caprice Holdings opened his first restaurant, Hix Oyster & Chop House, in 2008, and his latest, Pharmacy 2, with Damien Hirst earlier this year. He talks to Alice Lascelles about his favourite spots in Dorset.


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The Spectator | Donald Trump’s wrong about the Waverly Inn. That doesn’t make it good

Graydon Carter's restaurant is not New York's worst, but it's overpriced and duplicitous, says Tanya Gold.

 


The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 206 | 6 Feb

Jules, a new independent brasserie has opened in Putney while Allegra McEvedy has taken over ownership of Albertine in Shepherd’s Bush. In other news The Hospital Club is to open in Los Angeles next year, Pilgrm a new café and bar is to open in Paddington this summer, Pizza Pilgrims are to open three new venues and Lokhandwala a new Indian tapas restaurant has opened in Fitzrovia.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Bristol treats to Alpine feasts. Hear are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


Comment
Vanity Fair | All You Need to Know About Raucous Restaurant Impresario Stephen Starr

The man behind Buddakan and Le Coucou talks his Jersey-shore D.J. days, his love for canned tuna, and how lighting can make or break a restaurant.


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Lucky Peach | The Fight to Protect Los Angeles’s Endangered Street Vendors

Lucas Peterson meets Caridad Vasquez, the last vendor left over from LA's once-bustling Breed Street feria.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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