Brian St Pierre

Brian St Pierre
Chez Bruce

See Brian St Pierre's review of the acclaimed Michelin-star holding French restaurant, Chez Bruce...

Le Gavroche: Restaurant Review

Read food and wine writer Brian St Pierre's review of Michelle Roux Jr's celebrated Mayfair restaurant...

Dabbous

Dabbous: London Type: Modern French As cooking becomes more precise, it seems as if descriptive language is going the other way. The best any of us who write about restaurants…

Les 110 de Taillevent, London

The buildings around the upper reaches of Cavendish Square – the new home of Les 110 de Taillevent – are quietly stately, a parade of grand, grey stonework. Inside number…

Chuntey Mary

Chutney Mary, London Type: Indian Twenty-five years ago Indian restaurants all seemed to have standardised menus, beer was the drink of choice and the reception desk doubled as the pick-up…

21212

21212, Edinburgh Type: Modern French There’s a sea of statistics to show how far Edinburgh punches above its weight compared to several more populous UK cities. Usually they demonstrate that…

Spring resturant

Spring, London Type: Modern Italian From its start 12 years ago, the café at Petersham Nurseries in Richmond was a refuge: a few unmatched tables and chairs dotted among garden…

Decanter Reader Weekend Piedmont Trip

Find out what happened during Decanter's third Reader Wine Weekend which took place across Piedmont in October. Brian St. Pierre journeyed to the heart of Italy's renowned wine region for…

mike lee kenwood

Mike Lee, who founded Kenwood Vineyards in Sonoma with his family in 1970 and was a key figure in the creation of the Sonoma appellation, has died suddenly of a…

Savoy Grill

After a tumultuous year that often resembled a TV soap opera rather than a multi-Michelin-starred restaurant empire in full swing, Gordon Ramsay encountered a surprisingly calm reception when his newest…

Vinoteca

In the midst of a small boom in independent and informal wine bars—five opened in London in October and November, following an array of several new ventures in the past…

Hambleton Hall

Chefs, restaurateurs, and hoteliers from all over Britain gathered last night at a dinner celebrating the winners of the annual AA Hospitality Awards, held at the London Hilton.

Cafe Anglais

For London restaurants in recent years, the world may not have been their oyster, but the reverse appears to be true. Oysters, ‘the fish built like a nut,’ are on…

Pierre Koffmann returns in triumph

Pierre Koffmann, once called ‘the best chef in England’ and a mentor to many of the current generation of the country’s best chefs before his retirement five years ago, has…