Lisa Hilton

Lisa Hilton

Fashionable food spots too cool to take bookings aren’t worth the queues

Greek food is too often judged by the lowest common denominator, but the restaurant Mavrikos, in Lindos, is an epiphanic experience

Go to Margot if you want avvocato-chic, but the real taste of Italy can still be found in Puglia

A baroque beanfeast in an Oxfordshire manor house

‘”Another day, another cock'” might have been a better title for the 57th Venice Biennale.”

Crossing culinary frontiers at Mere in Fitzrovia with food gurus Monica and David Galetti

A trip into the country for quinoa salad and proper pub grub

A nightmare time at a fashionable Soho steakhouse

Two Michelin stars do wonders for a broken heart

Don’t go to Copenhagen unless you have very high self-esteem: the people are beautiful and the food is world-beating