Waiting for your food to arrive is a bittersweet moment of endurance and patience – until it takes too long.
While restaurant recommendations nowadays come thick and fast, being deliberately denied that information is almost anti-food, writes Charlie Penn.
Successful divisions at the dining table do happen – just look at breaking bread and splitting dessert. But that rule fails once you get to the bill.
Some of last year’s food mashups left a bad taste in Charlie Penn’s mouth. Is there more to expect in 2014?
Window shopping for restaurants is evolving into a language that reflects new needs, tastes and timeframes.
Holiday food is a heady love affair that craves to be recreated.
Is there anything more slovenly than the public digestion of street food?
Showing a dash of deprecation for stupid cookery terms.
No reservations? I have some.