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.

Calmly brilliant cooking rescues a vogueish restaurant full of underwhelming art

Lisa Hilton enjoys a Thai feast that shows that fiery and exotic has now become mainstream

Lisa Hilton says a prime spot near the kitchen is no compensation for a bewilderingly bad evening

Lisa Hilton tries indigestible mac ’n’ cheese at a venue that should have gone the way of the tzars

Enjoying the silky and lean Italian Fassona beef in Turin and Kensington

An exuberant return to the beleaguered lagoon city

Enduring pale, greasy salmon in the spiritual home of the trout pout

Lisa Hilton falls for the rustic charms and continental cuisine of a perfect English pub

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