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The London Restaurant Industry in 2018: In One Word

It was a year of photographs taken and cages rattled

It is the tradition at Eater to end the year with a survey of friends, contributors, rovers of the industry, critics, and professional eaters. This year, the group were asked eight questions, spanning meal of the year to biggest dining grievance. Their answers will appear throughout this week. Responses are related in no particular order; cut and pasted below. Standbys and newcomers have been lauded — now the group sums up 2018 with a single word.


Adam Coghlan, Editor, Eater London: Divided

James Hansen, Assistant Editor, Eater London: Fazed

Anna Sulan Masing, food writer and Eater London contributor: Reckoning

Jonathan Nunn, food writer and Eater London contributor: Rattled

Sejal Sukhadwala, food writer and Eater London contributor: Veganised

Emma Hughes, freelance food writer and Eater London contributor: Quiet/sensual

George Reynolds, food writer and Eater London contributor: Fragmented

Shekha Vyas, food writer and Eater London contributor: Prolific

Helen Graves, food writer at Food Stories and Eater London contributor: Grilled

MiMi Aye, food writer, cookbook author, and Eater London contributor: Cynical

Zeren Wilson, food writer at Bitten and Written and Eater London contributor: Defiant

Daisy Meager, food writer and Eater London contributor: Instagrammed

Angela Hui, food writer and Eater London contributor: Turbulent

Leila Latif, Eater London contributor: Instagrammable

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