Places

Our interviewees recommend their favourite restaurants, cafés, bars, food shops and markets in the local area

Paul Flynn’s South of Ireland Address Book
The chef at the Tannery recommends a great Cork institution, a Japanese restaurant where he lets the kitchen decide his order and a new fish shop he’s very excited about

Fuchsia Dunlop’s London Address Book – The expert on Chinese food on a home-from-home Turkish canteen, her favourite Chinese restaurant in London and a chaotic gem of a street market

Justin & Jenny Green’s Cork Address Book – The owners of Ballyvolane House on a favourite Japanese noodle joint, a phenomenal food market and “the best restaurant in Cork city”

Severin Corti’s Vienna Address Book – The restaurant critic on his favourite Viennese restaurants and coffee houses, two great Vietnamese places and a very lively farmers’ market

Eduard & Stephanie’s Austria Address Book – The winemakers at Gut Oggau on their local food markets and some very good places to eat Japanese food and drink natural wine in Vienna

Gustav Knutsson’s Gothenburg Address Book
The Michelin-starred chef recommends a coffee shop that’s a restaurant by night, an excellent cocktail bar and his favourite food market in Gothenburg

Peter Gordon’s London Address Book – The New Zealand chef on a great restaurant in an east London butchers shop, his local Turkish grocery and a booze store specialising in natural wine

Lillie O’Brien’s London Address Book – The jam-maker on a local okonomiyaki joint, a restaurant in a former school that only serves lunch and a beautiful old-style grocery shop

Jeremy Lee’s London Address Book – The Quo Vadis chef recommends a restaurant “at the pinnacle of everything”, as well as a heavenly dessert shop and a great Italian deli in Soho

Johan Widing’s Skåne Address Book – The Swedish farmer and restaurant supplier on an excellent (and cheap) lunch place in Malmö, a really nice market up the coast and a brilliant little food shop

Georgina Yescas’ Mexico City Address Book
The cheese specialist on the best markets in Mexico City, her favourite place to eat seafood and a taqueria she used to visit with her grandmother

Albert France Lanord’s Stockholm Address Book – The French architect picks his favourite local restaurant, a great international food market and a bakery that beats the bread in Paris

Matthew Young’s London Address Book – The chef recommends two restaurants with an “all-guns-blazing, blood-and-guts attitude to food” and a local shop that rips him off in a nice way

Marisa Fjarem’s Stockholm Address Book – The Swedish artist/designer recommends a meat-lover’s paradise, a classic Stockholm food hall and a restaurant where the food is so good it makes her cry

Richard Bertinet West Country Address Book – The legendary baker picks a local sushi restaurant, a wonderful country house hotel and his favourite local butchers and greengrocers

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