Food

Empty shelves need not mean dreary eating

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

Why must breakfast be a meal bereft of imagination? Felipe Fernández-Armesto offers an alternative

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

This is an enthusiastic and fluent guide to the world of beer, with an understanding that what makes it such a joy is to do with how it makes us feel

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

Hunting for the pot is now strictly a hobby, but you can fake it, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

The row over sending great British bangers to Bangor illustrates a dismal lack of gastronomic culture

Patrick Galbraith on the complex ethics of butter substitutes