Posted on: February 21, 2013
Rather pessimistically, head chef John Gale predicts: “I would have thought we will have ten people come in and eat it, another ten people come in because they have read about it online who just want to see what is going on, and perhaps a few people who throw paint at the windows!”
Posted on: January 29, 2013
Last week, the New York Times sparked a familiar discussion with their article about whether it is polite/ necessary/ unforgivable to take pictures of your food. For New York visitors who like to take a snap the conclusion seems to be: go to Per Se, stay away from Momofuku Ko.
Presciently, Grub Street had already written about the topic in June 2011, which allowed them to reuse the same stock image (faithfully reproduced here) this time around. Their conclusion: “If you must, heed the remaining guidelines: Use no tripods, no flash; like Hippocrates and that split-personalities guy on
Posted on: December 18, 2012
Londoners aren’t well represented on Eater’s panel of “industry experts, seasoned diners and friends of the site”. Perhaps not surprising then, that London got two mentions as “most overrated dining city” in today’s survey.
You can’t expect us to agree, but in case you still want to know, Seattle, Tokyo and Sydney fared better.
Posted on: December 7, 2012
Yugnich, our favourite food blogger and portrait illustrator, interviews Marina – who, in real life, looks like Nancy dell’Olio (apparently).
“mazz-dog is 1 of my bes frends an also a gud bigtim food writr an she writs for places lik ‘the gardnian’ “. His words (obvs).
Posted on: October 18, 2012
Comedian Chris Rock. Made us laugh.
I read a sad statistic that something like 3% of all sushi goes un-Instagrammed.
@chrisrockoz 18/10/2012 [Twitter]
Posted on: May 21, 2012
DSLR camera ready, Foursquare checked in, first course tweeted? A not-so-serious look at the restaurant habits of our favourite friends, food bloggers.
Check out the video by American Hipster & Key of Awesome: Eat it don’t tweet it [Youtube].