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While Nick was in Boston speaking to a group of leading hoteliers, our son suggested we console ourselves at Terroirs, a brand new very wine-minded establishment just opposite Charing Cross, on a...

This article was also published in the Financial Times.   Even after a delicious bowl of pumpkin soup with girolles and hazelnuts at Magdalen, which opened no more than a five minute...

This article was also published in the Financial Times.   A sequence of restaurant openings across London’s West End may finally lay to rest one of the industry’s long...

Eric Lecours, San Francisco: My wife and I spent last week in London and had a wonderful time. We took your travel advice and went to Chez Bruce , a Michelin one star with two forks. We called...

London, many contend, has become the restaurant capital of the world. This is not a claim, however unscientific, I have ever adhered to although I am firmly convinced that the rate of improvement...

Richard Harden, co-editor of Harden's restaurant guides, stopped in the course of a disappointing meal at the recently opened Cafeteria, London W10, to answer a question from a restaurant supplier...

Since my first and, regrettably, only trip to Japan I have come to appreciate the enormous gulf that separates Japanese food eaten there and in the West. It is not a question of the variety...

A week touring the West End and the west of London left me in no doubt that there are some wonderful things happening on London's food and restaurant fronts. But why, I was also left wondering, do...

Freshness in a dish is an unquantifiable but important ingredient that I seem to crave more and more - and this sensation is due not just to the onset of August. This highly desirable quality...

Three very different conversations led to me a corner table in Scott's in Mayfair with a negroni in my hand, awaiting a blonde 30 years my junior. The first had been with my wife,...

This article also appeared in the Financial Times. To schmooze, according to the Oxford English Dictionary , means 'to talk intimately', and its origins lie in the late 19th...

Later on 19 June 2014 We have just added details of no fewer than seven exciting new independent wine retailers. Look for the ones whose descriptions are in purple. 19 Jun 2014...

This article was also published in the Financial Times. Sager + Wilde (pictured), a stylish wine bar; Lyle's, a restaurant still to find its identity; and No 8 Hoxton Square, whose...

This article was also published in the Financial Times . Andrea Reitano, only 20 and born in Naples, is one of the three partners who recently opened Assunta Madre, a very Italian fish...

This article was also published in the Financial Times. I booked a table for dinner at Ember Yard, the predominantly Spanish charcuterie, bar and grill that recently opened just south of Oxford...

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