Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

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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.

Episodes

Is London’s food scene broken?  

In a special edition live from Monocle HQ, Grace Dent, Nicholas Lander, Martin Morales and Jonathan Downey discuss what needs fixing in the capital’s restaurants – and what they can teach the rest of the world.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Food Neighbourhoods 22: Florentin, Tel Aviv  

Monocle’s Mary Pelletier and Inbal Baum of the culinary tour company Delicious Israel visit the Tel Aviv’s fastest-growing food destination.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Making way for the new  

The Austrian restaurateur fighting conventions and the wine-subscription service getting customers out of their comfort zones. Plus: why saffron is not just for risotto, buns and biryanis.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Food Neighbourhoods 21: Amsterdam, Javastraat  

Monocle’s Venetia Rainey and performer Maureen de Jong tour Amsterdam’s eastern neighbourhoods.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Jamie Oliver  

Jamie Oliver on the successes, failures and the biggest lessons he has learned over the course of his career, plus the week’s top headlines from the US.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Food Neighbourhoods 20: New Delhi, Majnu Ka Tilla  

Food tour guide Anubhav Sapra is our guide to the New Delhi neighbourhood of Majnu Ka Tilla, a destination for amazing Tibetan food.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

The reappraisal of British food  

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.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Food Neighbourhoods #19: Colonia Juárez, Mexico City  

Food tour guide and blogger Rocio Vasquez is our guide to the Mexico City neighbourhood of La Juárez, which is famous for its excellent restaurants.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

The blue wine controversy  

How a new wine from the Basque Country is causing a commotion among the area’s producers, the most prominent coffee trends in 2017 and the week’s top headlines from around Europe.


Join us at Midori House in London on Friday 24 February for a special live recording of The Menu. For details and to book tickets visit https://monocle.com/events/the-menu-live/.

Food Neighbourhoods #18: Milan, Brera  

Monocle correspondent Ivan Carvalho is our guide to the Milan neighbourhood of Brera, famous for its food shops and restaurants.

A restaurant with no kitchen  

A Finnish restaurant where customers enjoy takeaway food, French master-baker Eric Kayser on what makes a successful bakery, the week’s top headlines from Down Under and the benefits of cooking with nut butter.

Food Neighbourhoods #17: Helsinki, Bulevardi  

Food-and-wine writer Arto Koskelo and Monocle’s Petri Burtsov take a tour Bulevardi, one of Helsinki’s most historic streets, in crisp minus 20C winter weather.

Does technology ruin restaurants?  

Can new technology help restaurants to improve the customer experience or should the gadgetry be left to the fast-food chains? Plus: Spanish star chef David Muñoz’s new London restaurant.

Food Neighbourhoods #16: San Sebastián, Gros  

Monocle’s Liam Aldous tours one of the most exciting food districts in the Basque country.

New beginnings  

We find out how Uruguay is trying to up its food game and become a world-class culinary destination, discover new healthy products hitting the UK market and look through this week’s top headlines from the US.

Food Neighbourhoods #15: Vienna, Servitenviertel  

Monocle’s Alexei Korolyov tours the Servitenviertel, one of Vienna’s most beautiful residential areas – and a constantly improving food destination.

The Menu: best of 2016  

Highlights from the past year, from the restaurants that changed the US to what makes a great restaurant menu. Plus: what do grapevines and Mozart have in common?

Drink innovators  

We examine crisp and cool new ideas in the drinks industry, from the world’s first spirit distilled from birch sap to evolutions in beer. Plus: saké from California.

Virgilio Martinez’s Peruvian discoveries  

Peruvian chef Virgilio Martinez’s new project high in the Andes, a Madrid restaurant that offers free dinners for the homeless, a great cocktail for the holiday season and David Muñoz’s favourite Christmas recipe.

Food Neighbourhoods #14: Belgrade, Dorcol  

Traditionally one of Belgrade's most attractive neighbourhoods, Dorcol is becoming increasingly famous for its food. Monocle's Guy De Launey and chef Lars Ekberg take us on a tour.

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