Jordan Kelly-Linden

Jordan Kelly-Linden


For someone whose pre-teen diet used to include a can of Heinz tomato soup for breakfast, Jordan’s taste in food (and self respect) has come a long way since. During her time as Foodism’s staff writer, she made a point of exploring all London's food scene had to offer and only once (OK, maybe twice) did we catch her trying to sneak soup for breakfast. She was hungover; we were greatly amused. But those days are over... She’s now a video producer at The Telegraph, where we are told her love affair with 'breakfast soup' continues.

Jordan Kelly-Linden's articles

Freak Scene, Soho: restaurant review

Looking for somewhere to kick off your night in Soho? Enter: Freak Scene, ex-Nobu head chef Scott Hallsworth's playful, pan-asian restaurant on Frith Street

The Duke of Cambridge: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet The Duke of Cambridge – a certified organic gastropub in Islington. It won the Best Pub award, sponsored by Baileys, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

London Larder: Olly's olives

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, we're saying "Oh, yes." to Olly's Olives

Pi Pizza, Battersea: restaurant review

With flour and flowers in abundance, Winchester's foliage-filled Pi Pizza proves you can have both style and substance with the opening of its second restaurant on Battersea Rise

London Larder: Longflint's bottled cocktails

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, we're raising a glass to Longflint's bottled cocktails

London Larder: Kute Cake's brownies

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, it's Kute Cake's post-box brownies from east London

Meet the all-female collectives helping women get ahead in hospitality

From Darjeeling Express to Mazi Mas and Ladies of Restaurants, we uncover the organisations and employers using food and drink to empower women, and change the hospitality industry for good

Brigadiers, Bloomberg Arcade: restaurant review

Indian barbecue hotspot Brigadiers, from the brains behind some of London's most respected restaurants, brings a taste of the subcontinent to the City of London

Six London distilleries every gin lover needs to visit

Get in the spirit of things and find out how your favourite tipple is made at one of the capital's glorious gin distilleries

KraPow, Clapton: restaurant review

With its comforting bowls of curried coconut noodle soup from Chiang Mai and silky son-in-law eggs, Thai-specialists KraPow makes the move from street-food stall to restaurant seem effortless

The Frog E1: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Frog E1, an anti-food-waste fine-dining restaurant, which has recently relocated to Hoxton. It won the Best Fine Dining Restaurant, sponsored by Our/London Vodka, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

Best places to drink sparkling wine in London

Sparkling wine is always a pleasure, even more so if you drink it in the right places. Here's where you should head for your bubble fix

Pop Brixton: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Pop Brixton, a community hub and street-food market in Brixton, south west London. It won the Best Food Market award, sponsored by Pic's Peanut Butter, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

Gorgeous Brewery, Highgate: brewery review

Highgate gets its first craft brewery in the form of Gorgeous, a family-run microbrewery in brewpub The Bull

Getting a taste for Santa Barbara's urban wine trail

In the urban wineries of Santa Barbara, California, a growing collective of producers are making some of the area's most exciting wines

The Ninth, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

If the summer sun has got you dreaming of holidays on the French Riviera, then pack your bags: this Michelin-starred restaurant on Charlotte Street is about to transport you straight to France's Mediterranean coast

6 of the best spots for waterfront eating and drinking

Riverside restaurants, canal-side cafés, lattes on the, er, lake – London's full of weird and wonderful waterside spots, and these places make the most of them

Ella Canta, Mayfair: restaurant review

Martha Ortiz's Ella Canta brings a slice of contemporary Mexico to Mayfair, with fierce flavour combinations and an upbeat atmosphere to match

London Larder: Gran Luchito

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, it's Gran Luchito’s Mexican salsas

Antoni Porowski on food, family and his favourite restaurants in London

Queer Eye's new food and wine expert Antoni Porowski talks to us about the new series, his Netflix heroes, and exactly what he thinks of his critics