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Jordan Kelly-Linden

Jordan Kelly-Linden

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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

CODE names the most influential women in hospitality

To celebrate International Women's Day, CODE Hospitality have teamed up with industry experts to highlight 100 of hospitality's most inspiring and successful women across Britain and Ireland

Five places you definitely shouldn't take your mum on Mother's Day

This might look like a guide to great places in London to celebrate Mother's Day on 11 March, but trust us, it's not. If you really want to do Mother's day right, stay at home. It's just not worth the faff...

The best bakeries in London

Sometimes only a loaf of proper sourdough will do, so we've scoured the capital to find the best bakeries in London serving up real bread fresh out of the oven

Butchies, Shoreditch: restaurant review

A sustainable chicken shop has landed on Rivington Street and it's here to show that fried chicken isn't just reserved for 3am drunken endeavours

Leandro Carreira on Portuguese cooking and his first solo venture, Londrino

Bermondsey is fast becoming a foodie hotspot, so we take a look at one of it's newest residents: Londrino – Leo Carreira's first solo restaurant that's as much inspired by the place he now calls home as it is his Portuguese heritage

London Larder: Wilderbee honey

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, it's Wilderbee's chili-infused London honey

Stevie Parle on Dock Kitchen and London's changing restaurant scene

After the closure of the chef's iconic Dock Kitchen, he talks about his future plans, what the recession did for London dining, and balancing a successful restaurant empire

Stevie Parle: My Career in Five Dishes

Ever wanted an insight into the mind of a chef? We meet Stevie Parle, one of London's most highly thought-of restaurateurs, for a crash-course in his cooking philosophy

Boxcar Butcher & Grill, Marylebone: restaurant review

We run the rule over Boxcar, a must-visit deli and grill in Marylebone that proves that while eating trends may come and go, steak is here to stay

Alternative date night venues in London

Skip the romantic restaurant and go straight for booze-fuelled fun at these alternative date locations. Warning: beer goggles almost definitely included

Wright Brothers, Battersea: restaurant review

This week we hit up Battersea Power Station's latest opening, Wright Brothers, for riverside views, glittering interiors and fresher-than-fresh seafood

Salon, Brixton: restaurant and wine bar review

Affordable, low intervention wines and European sharing plates are the name of the game at Salon, a tiny independent restaurant and wine bar in Brixton Village Market

Flank, Old Spitalfields Market: restaurant review

Old Spitalfields Market has had a facelift and with it comes Flank, Brighton’s nose-to-tail barbeque buffs. Expect ham hock crumpets, melty bone marrow gnocchi and perfectly charred, tender cuts of meat laden with smoky flavour

Secret Santa gifts for people who love food

Stocking fillers and secret Santa ideas, all clocking in under a tenner. We've got gift suggestions for every type of person, from the gin lover to the creative and even the office stress head. Don't worry, you can thank us later

What to eat, drink and do at Winterville this year

Best thing in Clapham right now? Winterville, of course. That big, beautiful, glittering village on Clapham Common is home to a lot of festive, food-filled fun. Here are the best bits...

CôBa, King’s Cross: restaurant review

Vietnamese cooking meets modern Australian design in this North London neighbourhood restaurant and cocktail bar on York Way

Best food and drink Advent calendars for adults

From chocolate Advent calendars to wine Advent calendars… oh, and a chilli one, too, we’ve rounded up the best, the quirkiest and the most luxurious edible Advent calendars for all the big kids and successful adults this Christmas 2017.

Little Quiet, Barbican: restaurant review

Little Quiet, Disappearing Dining Club's latest residency, brings Alpine winter warmers and molten popcorn brownies to a clandestine former wine bar on Newbury Street

Nandine at Spike & Earl: pop-up review

This week we head to Camberwell to put Nandine's Spike + Earl kitchen takeover to the test. Expect sleepy falafels (no, we're not talking about our post-lunch selves), buttery battered artichokes and tipples that... er, Twinkle

Suvlaki, Shoreditch: restaurant review

Old-school Hollywood meets modern Athenian cooking in Suvlaki, Shoreditch’s dark and sultry new Greek restaurant