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Interview: Giulia Mulè, Food Blogger / InstagrammerWorld Food Tour caught up with Giulia Mulè, renowned Instagrammer (@mondomulia) and author of the food blog, Mondo Mulia. She shares with us her views on the latest culinary trends and Instagram’s influence on the dining experience.
Matthew Fort’s Drinks HamperThe no.1 consumer guide to wines & spirits for the festive season, with Guest Editor, Matthew Fort.
Restaurant Review: Greyhound Café, FitzroviaThe Greyhound Café—which is set amongst the uni-vibe quarter of Fitzrovia in London—is proving that Thai food can be whatever it wants to be. Read our review here:
Interview: Sanguan Parr, Head Chef at Nipa Thai, LondonWorld Food Tour caught up with Sanguan Parr, head chef at Nipa Thai in London.
Interview: Pixie Turner, Wellness RebelWorld Food Tour picks the brains of Pixie Turner, better known as the ‘Wellness Rebel’ or @plantbased_pixie on her Instagram feed. In our exclusive interview we discuss her views on nutrition and society’s changing attitude towards food.
Interview: Steve Penny, Head Pastry Chef at Royal Lancaster LondonWorld Food Tour caught up with Steve Penny, head pastry chef at Royal Lancaster London.
Interview: The Hairy BikersWorld Food Tour caught up with Si King and Dave Myers, The Hairy Bikers, to talk about their trip to the Mediterranean and brand-new book, The Hairy Bikers’ Mediterranean Adventure.
Interview: Laura Petersen, Head Pastry Chef at The Coal Shed, LondonWorld Food Tour caught up with Laura Petersen, head pastry chef at The Coal Shed London. Read our exclusive interview with Laura, and learn about her inspirations, her favourite dish to cook and her best-kept cooking secret.
Interview: Development Chef Tuyen Hong from Daddy Bao & Mr Bao, LondonDaddy Bao and Mr Bao’s Development Chef, Tuyen Hong, shares her inspiration and best-kept cooking secret with World Food Tour
Interview: Chef Luke Fouracre from The Bottle & Glass Inn, HenleyChef director Luke Fouracre tells World Food Tour about his passion for the food business, his favourite dishes to cook and the five ingredients he always keeps in his kitchen.
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