'Angels at the table' illustration
©Ingram Pinn

Angels at the table

‘Naked’s pitch is that its investors fund young winemakers who need capital in order to turn their talent into delicious liquids’

On the menu

Sunken Chip founders Michael Greenwold and James Whelan ©Stephane Remael
Posh burgers, food trucks and, er, fish and chips? The capital’s food scene is changing
– Michael Stothard
Jewish Cookery ©FT
Most postwar Anglo-Jewish households owned a copy of this book, a perfect mix of eastern European staples and ‘new’, continental fare
– Polly Russell
Fish pie
©Andy Sewell

Fish pie

‘I like tomatoes in my fish pie. My mother put them in and I have never seen fit to contradict her’

Fresh food market in Mexico
©Fiamma Piacentini

Mexican recipes by Margarita Carrillo Arronte

A taste of the country’s explosively diverse cuisine, from rustic tacos to ‘Day of the Dead’ bread

©Richard Allen

A phone with a voice

‘Like EM Forster’s Baedeker-clutchers, travellers glued to their gadgets will miss out. But when you get tripe-sandwich cravings in Florence . . .’

Quick bites – Tel Aviv’s pitta palace

The bread – and fillings – at street café Miznon are so good that queues form day and night

restaurant reviews
Ariana II, Kilburn
©Charlie Bibby

Colbeh and Ariana II, London

‘The warmth generated by the naan oven made me realise that this set-up is the original “‘open kitchen”’

Gordon Ramsay restaurant
©Gordon Ramsay Holdings

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London

‘We shared a glass of Barbeito Rainwater Madeira over Smyth’s signature dessert, a lemonade parfait’

The Foxhunter

The Walnut Tree Inn and The Foxhunter, Abergavenny, Wales

‘The skate had been sautéed, then the shrimps were added, alongside creamy mashed potatoes’

Ham Yard boasts lots of space and natural light

Ham Yard Hotel, London

The interior design is ultra-modern – and will strike some as colourful, others as confusing

Les Papilles’ dining room

Les Tablettes, 16th; Les Papilles, 5th, Paris

Nomicos’ goal is to transport the flavours of his native Provence to Paris. In this he admirably succeeds

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