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Food + Drink

Tel Aviv

Israeli chefs are drawing inspiration from their roots to create exciting and affordable food. Anshel Pfeffer smacks his chops

Massimo Bottura

He has been crowned as the world’s best chef for Osteria Francescana, in Modena, Italy, and his burgeoning “Food for Soul” project will use leftovers from the Rio Olympics to feed the local homeless

Tbilisi

Eating in the Georgian capital blends strictly traditional fare with exciting new interpretations. Tara Isabella Burton savours it all

Sami Tamimi

The other half of the Ottolenghi food phenomenon hails from Palestine and lives in London. Here he imagines a day of serious eating, starting with moreish Moorish food

A fishy business

Chefs the world over are lauding the special umami taste of a small, family-produced fish sauce called Red Boat. Jon Fasman travelled to Phu Quoc to see, and smell, what makes it so special

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