Alain Ducasse

Flash-grilled: Jean- Philippe Blondet

Flash-grilled: Jean-Philippe Blondet

By James McAllister

Jean-Philippe Blondet - who holds the position of executive chef at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester - reflects on his career, and tells us what he's been up to while in lockdown.

French restaurant Folie launches in Soho

Latest opening: Folie

By Joe Lutrario

Guillaume Depoix has opened an upmarket restaurant on Soho's Golden Square that takes inspiration from the Côte d'Azur.

Alain Ducasse boats, Brexit and boutiques

Michelin maestro Alain Ducasse talks boats, Brexit and boutiques

By Joe Lutrario

The world’s most Michelin-decorated chef has been busy launching a floating restaurant in Paris and a chocolate shop in London. We caught up with him last month in Paris’ Le Meurice over a special lunch cooked by three of his top chefs.

Bibendum's Claude Bosi on Pot Noodles and pepper mills

The Weekender Interview: Claude Bosi

By Joe Lutrario

The two Michelin-star chef behind Bibendum on his cooking style, his respect for fellow Frenchmen Alain Ducasse and Alain Passard, and his love of Mars bars and Pot Noodles

Tom Kerridge to open first London restaurant

Tom Kerridge to open first London restaurant

By Hannah Thompson

Tom Kerridge, chef at the two-Michelin-starred Hand and Flowers pub in Marlow, is to open a new restaurant in 216-bedroom luxury Knightsbridge hotel the Jumeirah Carlton Tower.

The World’s 50 Best will travel to Australia in 2017

The World’s 50 Best will travel to Australia in 2017

By Hannah Thompson

Ahead of tonight’s big reveal of The World’s Best Restaurants 2016 list at The Cipriani Wall Street in New York, we can announce that next year’s ceremony will take place in Melbourne, Australia.


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