Our guide to the world of food, drink and entertaining, The Menu serves up interviews with the world’s most creative chefs, introduces the makers behind the scenes and the ingredients that will soon be landing on your restaurant table.
Food for the Oscars
A look at the menu that British chef Elliott Grover has designed for the Oscars, how Portuguese chef Kiko Martins built his Lisbon culinary empire and an unmissable restaurant launch in England’s Cornwall.
Wines from the Benelux region
An Amsterdam wine shop that has curated a perfect regional wine selection. Also in the programme: Bre Graham on what it took to write her timeless debut cookbook, ‘Table for Two’.
What’s on the menu in Davos?
We find out what it takes to cater to some of the world’s most powerful people at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos. Also in the programme: a visit to one of Montreal’s biggest restaurant success stories, and an Austrian winter resort that has become a high-end food destination.
How cities feed themselves
We pay tribute to the restaurants in London that have for years served their communities quietly and without fanfare. Plus: a New York business that curates top chocolates from all over the world.
Food Neighbourhoods 317: Recipe edition, Luke Farrell
Chef Luke Farrell shares an easy stir-fry recipe from his Thai-inspired, London-based restaurants.
We meet three restaurateurs who have found success and brought something new to their cities.
Food Neighbourhoods 316: Alexandre Silva
Alexandre Silva shares one of his favourite recipes from Loco, his Michelin-starred restaurant in Lisbon.