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The diminutive fish gets served up every which way — swimming anew in oil, lacing nasi lemak, or as "gunge"
After over five months of closure London’s dining rooms and cafes opened their doors on 17 May
"That was all that we wanted to do, keep people in jobs"
In the cold, customers returned to covered seating areas as the city’s restaurants reopened for outdoor dining
A step-by-step dissection of Arrosto’s delivery herb-cured roast and buttery, bronzed potatoes, inspired by the rosticcerie of Naples
Meal kits were a means of survival in 2020. If restaurants reopen in summer 2021, they could take on new meaning — or fade away as fast as they arrived
"I have no faith in this government. They have shown almost sneering contempt for hospitality and feel we can be used to do the work they are so incompetent to do themselves."
"It’s crucial that once we can trade again that we are not subject to further lockdowns, therefore it’s imperative those timings are measured and precise."