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The Menu, 297

23 June 2017

How a team of Kiwis succeeded in creating one of London’s favourite restaurants and coffee brands. Plus: a new wave of Chinese street food and how to launch a great café.

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Man about town

We visit the home of writer, broadcaster and raconteur Jonathan Meades to discuss his new cookbook, career as a critic and why food culture today makes him wince.

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The Menu, 296

16 June 2017

We’re in Venice to meet the shakers and makers of a culinary landscape that’s re-inventing itself.

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The Menu, 295

9 June 2017

How Australia’s Brae became one of the best restaurants in the southern hemisphere, fast food by top chefs in New York, plus how mezcal is taking over London.

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The Menu, 294

2 June 2017

One of New York’s most famous chefs Marcus Samuelsson on how to create a restaurant that connects with the local community, why Kazakhstan is a wine country to keep an eye on, plus how to make Parisians fall in love with…

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The Menu, 293

26 May 2017

Unusual ingredients from the concrete jungle of Sao Paulo, Icelandic burger king Tomas ‘Tommi’ Tomasson and the week’s top headlines from Europe.

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The Menu, 292

19 May 2017

How Christina Arokiasamy wants to bring Malaysian cooking to the mainstream in the US, a top dining tip in Venice and the week’s headlines from Toronto.

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The Monocle 100, 24

18 May 2017

To conclude our Monocle 100 series we give the final word to Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck.

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The Menu, 291

12 May 2017

How Stockholmers get the most from nature over the summer months. Plus: former White House chef Sam Kass on how to make people eat healthier.

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11 May 2017

Travel writer Sarah Rowland and editor of Lodestars Anthology, Liz Schaffer, discuss the merits of the road trip.

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