Lisa Hilton

Lisa Hilton is a British writer of history books, historical fiction, articles for magazines and newspapers including Vogue and The Sunday Telegraph, librettist, and as L.S. Hilton, psychological thrillers Maestra, Domina and Ultima.

Lisa Hilton says tapas are over-hyped, over-priced and have overstayed their welcome

Lisa Hilton asks whether Twitter mobs should be able to police the imagination of novelists and playwrights

Lisa Hilton swoons over postmodern but pricy three-star brilliance in Paris

Lisa Hilton savours a timeless French bistro in Pimlico that displays no timidity with the ladle

Lisa Hilton welcomes the locals back to Venice and enjoys a spicy nod to the city’s vibrant past

Lisa Hilton finds it hard to imagine that this guide will be of actual use to anyone at all

Lisa Hilton praises a divine lunch in Santiago de Compostela

Lisa Hilton enjoys a seaside hike, a bracing swim and lashings of warming tea in West Sussex

Lisa Hilton reluctantly samples a Five Guys burger in Milan and regrets it

Lisa Hilton savours sublime cookery packed with the flavours of Slovenia’s Julian Alps