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13 September 2019

We discuss the secrets of Dishoom – which is one of the UK’s most beloved restaurants – and a dramatic change in Ukraine’s wine industry.

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Monocle preview: October issue, 2019

13 September 2019

Monocle had to spend an age in front of the wardrobe making outfit decisions for this latest issue – after all, an autumn fashion special isn’t something you can just throw together at the last minute. We also find out who…

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The Menu, 412

6 September 2019

How one microbrewery and distillery in Lebanon is working to improve the nation’s spirits scene, Jason Atherton’s new restaurant in London, plus how two chefs are working to create perfect British sandwiches.

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The Menu, 411

30 August 2019

How Lord Karan Bilimoria found success with Cobra beer, plus why one artist thinks diners might hold the key to solving Australia’s feral cat problem.

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The Menu, 410

23 August 2019

Adam Rawson on how he created two new dining spots for London’s Standard hotel, plus Rachel Khoo’s culinary discoveries in Stockholm.

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The Menu, 409

16 August 2019

As Cointreau celebrates it 170th anniversary, how has the French liqueur brand remained relevant? Plus: why some of the world’s best sea salt comes from southern Portugal.

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Monocle preview: September issue, 2019

15 August 2019

How do you work? Yes, we know you put the hours in and have all the best ideas – but do you really need to work in that office? Is that commute strictly necessary? Could you be achieving more in fewer hours? Our latest…

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The Menu, 408

9 August 2019

How the Asian hospitality brand Potato Head is setting new milestones with its hotels and restaurants, the latest wave of tequila and mezcal in London, and how a new UK rum won over consumers in just a few years.

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The Menu, 407

2 August 2019

How Allpress Espresso has grown from an Auckland-based business into one of the world’s favourite coffee brands. Plus: why one small town in Turkey has produced many of the country’s top chefs and what it takes to create…

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The Menu, 406

26 July 2019

How Halen Môn sea salt from Wales made its way to the kitchens of many of the world’s best restaurants. Plus: a new type of craft beer from the UK and a Russian spirit forgotten for generations is making a comeback.

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The Menu, 405

19 July 2019

How street-food-market operator Kerb has changed London’s food landscape, teaching the city to use food to create better environments. Plus: how Chifa cuisine marries Peruvian and Chinese traditions, and Nobu Matsuhisa’s…

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The Menu, 404

12 July 2019

Why Burma is finding its place on the culinary map, top tips for food styling and the week’s food and drink news from Italy.

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The Menu, 403

5 July 2019

A new museum in Tallinn offers inspiration in both art and food. Elsewhere, we meet US chef Amanda Freitag who’s promoting the US through food and find out why Californian olive oil might be the best you’ll taste.

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28 June 2019

How top Spanish chef José Pizarro has left his mark on London’s restaurant scene and why American diners in New Jersey have been able to maintain their success despite countless new rivals. Plus: a visit to Ynyshir, the…

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