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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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The Menu, 421

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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The Menu, 420

1 November 2019

Meredith Erickson talks us through her new cookbook, which concerns the peak of Alpine cooking. Plus: Berlin’s unique Thai market and why some of the world’s best sourdough bread emerges from the Poilâne bakery in Paris.

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The Menu, 419

25 October 2019

We cover Fuchsia Dunlop’s new discoveries in Sichuanese cuisine, a lesser-known Italian wine region on the up and London’s new Pizza Academy.

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Monocle preview: November issue, 2019

18 October 2019

Lovely to see you. Let us take your coat. Drink? Welcome to the latest issue of Monocle, which includes a special survey on the art of hosting; find out what to cook, what to talk about and plenty more courtesy of a smart…

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11 October 2019

The modern twists on Jewish food and why some of the best sparkling wine comes from a lesser known region of Italy. Plus: a boom in Middle Eastern cuisine in Berlin.

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The Menu, 416

4 October 2019

What the founders of London's Carousel restaurant learned when working with 150 top chefs over the course of five years. Plus: a visit to Taste of Roma and what’s new in the world of gin.

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Monocle preview: The Entrepreneurs

4 October 2019

To celebrate the launch of our new annual publication The Entrepreneurs, we interviewed this savvy and successful lot about the ups and downs of running your own business. Available now at [The Monocle Shop](https://mon…

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The Menu, 415

27 September 2019

How the Austrian capital celebrates vineyards within the city limits, what gets Italy’s artisanal-cheese producers talking and why pies, mash and cocktails may be a winning combination.

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The Menu, 414

20 September 2019

French chef Hélène Darroze on reopening her London restaurant and how she stays on top of her game. Plus: a visit to Cultureplex, Manchester’s new dining spot that strives to be a hub for the community.

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The Menu, 413

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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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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