Square Meal readers dish the dirt on the London dining scene.
Loved the restaurant? Now you can give the recipes a whirl. The Square Meal team road-test the best new cookery books from London's top chefs.
…The visiting opinion leaders represent major media titles, and included Sarah Jane Evans of BBC Good Food Magazine, Victoria Moore of the Daily Telegraph, and Patrick Schmitt of The Drinks Business. Other visiting media titles included Decanter, Harpers, Off Licence News, Imbibe and Square Meal.
Burgers and no bookings may be all the rage in London, but what's hot on the restaurant scenes of the world's other major food cities? Square Meal asks the experts abroad.
A German chef turned international restaurateur with a taste for the Far East, Rainer Becker talks to Square Meal about Zuma, falling in love with Japanese cuisine, managing a global brand, and Oblix - his new dream ticket in the Shard.
There's a revolution under way on the London wine scene, with a host of cool venues offering artisanal bottles full of new tastes and flavours. Square Meal meets the movers and shakers.
Russell Norman has acquired the lease of theatreland pub the Marquis of Granby, on Shaftesbury Avenue. When the news was announced, rumours spread that Norman would turn the pub into a pizzeria - but this is not what the restaurateur has up his sleeve, he assured Square Meal.
25-year-old chef Tom Sellers has had a stellar career to date, working at big-ticket restaurants such as Noma, Per Se and Tom Aikens. As he prepares to launch his own restaurant, Story, he tells Square Meal a few of his own.