What New York loses when Keith McNally's Schiller’s closes
The Italian is one of the finest chefs in the world. But his greatest achievement is Food for Soul, his project to feed the poor and cut food waste, now about to open in London
Francesco Mazzei and D&D London are to open a new restaurant in Battersea this summer. Smoke & Salt is to open in POP Brixton next month. The Terrace at Rosewood London is to host the inaugural GQ Bar pop-up, Adam Rawson is to launch Bite Me restaurant next month and Eighty Six List is to launch a supper club series in Borough Market. In other news, Pamban a new all-day chai and coffee house is to open in Camden Market, Go-Viet has opened in South Kensington, Mother, a new pizzeria from Denmark is to open in the first phase of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.
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Street food is booming. And not just in London, but across the whole country. James Woods catches up with three different operators who showcase how well-considered design helps them present their product.
What hospitality means to Times restaurant critic Pete Wells
With its favourable weather and a direct 10 hour fight from London, the Riviera Maya in Mexico makes an excellent choice for a winter getaway. And the food scene is going from strength to strength with all eyes on noma. CODE recently visited Mexico’s east coast and here’s our pick of the best hotels.
The Evening Standard’s celebrated restaurant critic picks her favourite restaurants in the capital
Trade wine merchants, Jascots, on English wine ahead of next week's campaign.
La Fromagerie is to open its third site on Lambs Conduit Street, Tony Conigliaro and his business partner Marco Arrigo are to open a second Bar Termini in London. In other news, Dan Doherty is to launch his first solo venture this Summer, Made of Dough is to open its first permanent site in Peckham next month, Mac & Wild’s pop-up in Devonshire Square has become a permanent restaurant and Kricket is to close its POP Brixton site on 27 May.
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Hugh Duffie enthuses over the importance of good coffee across the board.
Gauthier Soho’s James Lewis is bored of the same old PR and marketing guff. It’s time for a change.
Jeremiah Tower has long been underappreciated in the annals of American culinary history. A new documentary produced by Anthony Bourdain attempts to set the record straight.