Clamour for tables is all very well, but for some restaurateurs, the acclaim that comes with a Michelin star or TV fame can be bewildering and disruptive
Tacos in Philadelphia, doughnuts in Cleethorpes, grilled lamb in Istanbul – cooks and writers including Prue Leith, Nathan Outlaw and Clare Smyth pick their culinary highlights
Core restaurant by Clare Smyth wins double accolade in guide for Great Britain and Ireland
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The chef arrived in Britain 45 years ago with no English and no idea how to cook. But he quickly learned both – thanks to these greats …
She was once told by Gordon Ramsay she wouldn’t last a week in his kitchen. Now, the chef patron of Core in London has been named best female chef at the food industry’s ‘Oscars’. But why is the business still dominated by men?