Archive for January, 2015

Concierge John Fitzpatrick on New Orleans

January 3, 2015

The concierge of the Bourbon Orleans Hotel came to New Orleans to help rebuild the city after Katrina, fell in love with the place and never left. He shares his tips on the New Orleanian food and music, and explains why everyone should expect a Spanish Inquisition at the next Mardi Gras I’m one of […]

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Dorchester Grill: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

January 3, 2015

Gaudy, snooty and outrageous… the Dorchester Grill proves that an excess of money doesn’t guarantee anything Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London W1 (020 7317 6531). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £220 Of all the dirty food acts I have committed – that dribbling sausage I ate from the late-night cart in Leicester Square, […]

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Charles Uzzell-Edwards aka Pure Evil on Bibo, Hong Kong

January 3, 2015

Welsh graffiti artist Pure Evil on the new Hong Kong restaurant that is packed full of contemporary art by some of the world’s most exciting talents Nungwi Village There’s this mad place in Hong Kong, which opened this year called Bibo: it’s a restaurant, but feels more like a contemporary art gallery. You walk in […]

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My Sichuan: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

January 3, 2015

The lamb ribs alone make the trip to My Sichuan worthwhile. And be sure to eat solo, or you might be forced to share… The Old School, Gloucester Green, Oxford (01865 236 899). Meal for two: £50-80 Some dishes don’t so much speak to you as holler. They make a case for themselves just by […]

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Top 10 restaurants in Singapore

January 3, 2015

Singapore is famous for its street food but the fine dining scene is just as exciting, with a host of top chefs running creative new restaurants. Aun Koh, founder of the Singapore food blog Chubby Hubby picks his favourites Go back a few decades in Singapore’s culinary history and the only praiseworthy things were its […]

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Adam Handling at Caxton: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

January 3, 2015

Adam Handling did simple food perfectly on MasterChef. Now he’s at Caxton and things have got a lot more complicated Adam Handling at Caxton, 2 Caxton Street, London SW1 (0800 652 1498). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £140 Adam Handling has talent. He has talent the way Ukip has nutters. Yup. He has […]

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Malik’s Tandoori: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

January 3, 2015

Media types west of London flock to Malik’s, but is it really so great, or just a local curry house, much like yours? High Street, Cookham, Berkshire (01628 520085). Meal for two, including drinks: £70-90 It was when they started pumping out the Vaughan Williams at us, a waft of the English pastoral over the […]

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10 of the best restaurants and food hits in San Francisco: readers’ tips

January 3, 2015

From food trucks to historic San Francisco restaurants, delicious vegan pastries to the best Mexican in town, our readers certainly know their way around the city’s fabulous food scene. Here are their top tips Right on the seafront is Boudin Bakery, and its speciality is soup in a sourdough breadbowl. The lid is the roof […]

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San Francisco’s restaurant scene: no such thing as a bad lunch

January 3, 2015

Tis the season to stuff your face, and where better than San Francisco, where it’s impossible to eat badly, says Guardian restaurant reviewer Marina O’Loughlin in her guide to the city’s fabulous food scene For the rabid restaurant fan like me, a trip to San Francisco is like being dropped into a sweetie shop with […]

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Let’s go to … Devizes, Wiltshire

January 3, 2015

Prehistoric stones, an old brewery and a brand new boutique hotel make this market town perfect weekend break territory Tell me about it Once a prosperous market town, Devizes is now a place most people drive past on their way elsewhere. But with a new boutique hotel and Stonehenge’s swanky visitor centre a short drive […]

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