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17 January 2020

How Bar Douro gave Portuguese food the recognition it deserves in London. Plus: drinks writer Fiona Beckett on getting the most out of non-alcoholic drinking.

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Monocle preview: February issue, 2020

17 January 2020

The fresh-feeling February issue of Monocle is home to our Gentle Manifesto for the year ahead: simple fixes and friendly nudges to make this year better than the last. Inside you’ll find an urban experiment in Cartagena…

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10 January 2020

Top dishes from the Baltic countries that the world still hasn’t discovered and the success story of Hong Kong’s Feather & Bone, which grew from a butcher shop into a beloved restaurant and delicatessen.

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3 January 2020

A round-up of the best food tours of 2019 from Los Angeles, Baghdad, Stockholm and Turin.

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27 December 2019

Markus Hippi recaps the best interviews and reports from 2019, with top chefs such as Kobus van der Merwe, Ana Roš and Jason Atherton.

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20 December 2019

Ireland’s best-known cook Darina Allen on how we still need to change the way we think about food. Plus: how one couple turned Portugal’s economic downturn into a gastronomic opportunity and why some of the world’s best…

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13 December 2019

How Sipsmith launched the UK’s modern gin boom. Plus: US chef Mary Sue Milliken’s food diplomacy.

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6 December 2019

The Sethi siblings Sunaina, Karam and Jyotin, behind some of London’s most beloved restaurants, share their tips for success. Also in the programme: how US chef Beverly Kim keeps on pushing the boundaries of Korean-American…

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29 November 2019

We look back at the most important restaurant dishes ever served. Plus: Donna Hay’s tips for easier, healthier cooking and Slovenia’s top wines.

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Monocle preview: Forecast 2020

28 November 2019

If the dawning of a new decade is leaving you with more questions than answers, a copy of The Forecast should be an immediate purchase. We’ve got advice on where (and how) to live in 2020, as well as inspiring stories from…

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22 November 2019

A restaurant concept that top Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes has created in his home country, after 15 years in London. Plus: a new non-alcoholic drink replicating the positive effects of alcohol.

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Monocle preview: December/ January issue, 2020

21 November 2019

Japan is undeniably special – which is why our latest issue is a Japan special. Expect cuddly mascots, high-flying aviation projects, countryside craft and lashings of udon noodles. Wait, you want a Christmas gift guide and…

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It started in Tokyo but 1,200 cities now host PechaKucha events, where you give brief talks governed by strict rules. Monocle’s culture editor Chiara Rimella takes the stage.

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15 November 2019

How the UK’s largest food hall Market Hall West End is changing dynamics on London’s Oxford Street, plus new top destinations for wine travellers.

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8 November 2019

British chef Doug McMaster on how he created his zero-waste restaurant Silo. Plus: What we learned from René Redzepi’s new discussion event in Copenhagen and why Georgian wines are not to be missed.

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