Places

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

Konstantin & Manuela Filippou’s Vienna Address Book
The Vienna restaurateurs on a traditional gasthaus where offal is king, a very cool Japanese restaurant and a beautiful, old-fashioned grocery in the centre of the city

Margot & Fergus Henderson’s South London Address Book – The owners of Rochelle Canteen and St John recommend their favourite local pub, a spectacular restaurant in an antiques shop and Fergus's regular haunt for bacon sandwiches

Kylee Newton’s London Address Book – The founder of Newton and Pott on a great restaurant for birthday treats, a Turkish shop that’s got everything and a very helpful fishmongers

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

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