Lisa Hilton

Lisa Hilton

Transported to a Taiwanese paradise in Soho

Going in search of Indian food in India — in vain

Bidding farewell to England with a meal to die for in Venice

Celebrating good food and bad behaviour in Piccadilly

We should applaud the huge improvement in British cuisine

Tibor Fischer’s new novel How To Rule The World is a bleakly brilliant picaresque

Banishing the ghosts of one’s undergraduate past, and enjoying an Islington feast

Giorgio Locatelli eschews faux-rusticity and makes the case for a refined Italian cuisine, but his Locanda Locatelli fails to hit the spot

La Grand’Vigne in Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte is a triumph of a restaurant

We go to great restaurants in the hope of being transported