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Gavin Rankin looks back at our changing restaurant scene

Published 1 June 2019

Restaurateur Gavin Rankin, owner of Bellamy’s, talks a look at how Mayfair has changed over the years Times change. As …

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Spanish tortilla masterclass from Nieves Barragán Mohacho

Published 1 June 2019

Even when you’re a Michelin-starred chef you never stop learning. So when Tom Kerridge heard that Lisa Markwell was having …

Spanish tortilla masterclass from Nieves Barragán Mohacho

Published 1 June 2019

Even when you’re a Michelin-starred chef you never stop learning. So when Tom Kerridge heard that Lisa Markwell was having …

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What’s cooking on the summer festival scene

Published 1 June 2019

Whether it’s a vast, lavish feast for 400 or an intimate chefs masterclass, festivals offer more for the food fan …

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‘Who’s Cooking Dinner’ charity event

Published 5 March 2019

CODE founder Adam Hyman reports back from one of the culinary charity highlights of the year Setting the scene 25 …

‘Who’s Cooking Dinner’ charity event

Published 5 March 2019

CODE founder Adam Hyman reports back from one of the culinary charity highlights of the year Setting the scene 25 …

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Buyers and cellars: four wine collections of note

Published 1 March 2019

Editor Lisa Markwell takes a tour around four London restaurants to go behind the scenes and take a look at …

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A ‘staycation’ in your own city

Published 25 February 2019

CODE founder Adam Hyman discovers the joy of checking into a hotel in your home city I’ve always found there …

A ‘staycation’ in your own city

Published 25 February 2019

CODE founder Adam Hyman discovers the joy of checking into a hotel in your home city I’ve always found there …

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Britain’s most unusual restaurant kitchen

Published 22 February 2019

The traditional terms for restaurant staff – chief, brigade – have never changed, and the sense of hierarchy is strong. …

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Pizza: to slice or not to slice?

Published 30 January 2019

Over a slice or two, CODE’s Adam Hyman asks that ever burning-question: should your pizza be served sliced or not? …

Pizza: to slice or not to slice?

Published 30 January 2019

Over a slice or two, CODE’s Adam Hyman asks that ever burning-question: should your pizza be served sliced or not? …

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Airports could learn something from restaurants

Published 21 January 2019

CODE founder Adam Hyman reports from the red-eye flight on his way across the pond back to London. He thinks …

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Steaks at steak: The rise of veganism

Published 17 January 2019

The rise and rise of veganism is inescapable and has much to commend it. But where does it leave those …

Steaks at steak: The rise of veganism

Published 17 January 2019

The rise and rise of veganism is inescapable and has much to commend it. But where does it leave those …

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The New York dining scene

Published 14 January 2019

CODE founder Adam Hyman reports back from the Big Apple I touched down in New York last week, realising I …

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Tools of the trade with Shaun Searley

Published 16 November 2018

Shaun Searley has been at Quality Chop House since its reinvention in 2012. In keeping with the historic site’s name, …

Tools of the trade with Shaun Searley

Published 16 November 2018

Shaun Searley has been at Quality Chop House since its reinvention in 2012. In keeping with the historic site’s name, …

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What, you’re opening a pub… now?

Published 16 November 2018

As we head into the latter half of our tenth year at The Drapers Arms, I’d like to be relaxing …

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Head to head: Traditional vs. modern cooking methods

Published 16 November 2018

Each edition we ask two industry figures to go head to head on a subject exercising the food world. Here …

Head to head: Traditional vs. modern cooking methods

Published 16 November 2018

Each edition we ask two industry figures to go head to head on a subject exercising the food world. Here …

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How industry leaders get around London

Published 23 October 2018

In this article, CODE Editor Lisa Markwell asks restaurant industry leaders about their wheels – from those on a suitcase …

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Industry insights from Angela Hartnett following a decade of Murano

Published 15 October 2018

Angela Hartnett is celebrating a decade of her Michelin-starred restaurant Murano, a brilliant achievement from one of our most treasured …

Industry insights from Angela Hartnett following a decade of Murano

Published 15 October 2018

Angela Hartnett is celebrating a decade of her Michelin-starred restaurant Murano, a brilliant achievement from one of our most treasured …

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Hold my calls: Running a successful business without a mobile phone

Published 14 September 2018

In an age of permanently connected, is running a successful business without a mobile phone possible? We hear from Michael …

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Worth shelling out for: Clarence Court celebrates its 90th birthday

Published 1 September 2018

As Clarence Court celebrates its 90th birthday, Kate Woodcock caught up with Adrian Gott at the company’s Wiltshire HQ to …

Worth shelling out for: Clarence Court celebrates its 90th birthday

Published 1 September 2018

As Clarence Court celebrates its 90th birthday, Kate Woodcock caught up with Adrian Gott at the company’s Wiltshire HQ to …

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Trouble brewing in restaurants

Published 1 September 2018

After being told he couldn’t get a top up of hot water for his teapot, CODE founder Adam Hyman ponders …

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Chris Stang knows where you should have dinner tonight

Published 15 August 2018

We speak to Chris Stang co-creator of The Infatuation, America’s cult restaurant recommendation site, about all things food, fads and …

Chris Stang knows where you should have dinner tonight

Published 15 August 2018

We speak to Chris Stang co-creator of The Infatuation, America’s cult restaurant recommendation site, about all things food, fads and …

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Head to head: Music in restaurants

Published 27 July 2018

In each edition we ask two industry figures to face off on a subject exercising the food world. This season …

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Restaurant service begins at the door

Published 20 July 2018

The restaurant scene has changed immeasurably in the last decade, with diverse ways into the business and all manner of …

Restaurant service begins at the door

Published 20 July 2018

The restaurant scene has changed immeasurably in the last decade, with diverse ways into the business and all manner of …

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From Plant To Plate: The stories of how food reaches us

Published 22 May 2018

The stories of how food reaches us are not always told, but they add a richness all of their own. …

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Out of the kitchen: women chefs who took a career break

Published 8 May 2018

Whatever the reason, breaking your work routine can make a huge difference to your life. Victoria Stewart talks to five …

Out of the kitchen: women chefs who took a career break

Published 8 May 2018

Whatever the reason, breaking your work routine can make a huge difference to your life. Victoria Stewart talks to five …

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Entrepreneurs embracing the plant-based future

Published 30 April 2018

It’s the biggest growth area in food right now – as vegan dishes and menus move from pop-ups to fine …

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Chefs in schools

Published 20 April 2018

Chef Nicole Pisani has transformed the food at a Hackney school. Now she’s joining forces with Thomasina Miers and Joanna …

Chefs in schools

Published 20 April 2018

Chef Nicole Pisani has transformed the food at a Hackney school. Now she’s joining forces with Thomasina Miers and Joanna …

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Let’s get fizzical

Published 24 August 2017

Zeren Wilson is on the hunt for tonic water that hasn’t lost its fizz “See how its strength bursts to …

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The state of coffee

Published 11 May 2017

Sandow’s Hugh Duffie takes a look at the global coffee scene Coffee has never been better than it is right …

The state of coffee

Published 11 May 2017

Sandow’s Hugh Duffie takes a look at the global coffee scene Coffee has never been better than it is right …

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