Lydia Winter

Lydia Winter journalist

Travel editor

Lydia suffers from constant food FOMO, which means she has to eat everything she comes across (except coriander). When not thinking about her next meal, she can be found stalking other people's cats – or trotting the globe for Foodism and its sister title Escapism.

Lydia Winter's articles

Our favourite tiny restaurants

Bigger isn't always better, so try one of these 25-cover-and-under London restaurants on for size

London's best day festivals with food 2017

London's best street food and musical talents collide at this summer's crop of day festivals, so hurry up and get those hot sauce-coated fingers in the lasers

London's best outdoor spaces for wining and dining

Remember that yellow thing in the sky? It's back – when it feels like it. And as true Brits, where will we be? Eating outside of course

Hawksmoor Borough, London Bridge: restaurant review

You'll find an even greater focus on seasonal, sustainable cooking at Hawksmoor's latest site, which sees the kitchen collaborate with Borough Market's raft of top-notch producers for a menu of Market Specials

Q&A: Mexico's Martha Ortiz on her new London restaurant Ella Canta

Martha Ortiz's Duce Patria in Mexico stands at 48 on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list – and she's now coming to London

Oklava's Selin Kiazim on modern Turkish-Cypriot cuisine

When, at the age of 25, Selin Kiazim said she’d revolutionise Turkish food in London, she really wasn't kidding. She tells us why London was so ready for her unique style of cooking

Duck Duck Goose, Brixton: Restaurant review

Inspired by Hong Kong's cafés and roast meat shops, Duck Duck Goose arrives in Pop Brixton, complete with plenty of, er, duck and goose

Overcoming adversity | Chef's Table star Tim Raue on Asian flavour and self-development

It takes determination and steely character to make it as a chef – and that's what Berlin's Tim Raue has in spades. As Chef's Table Season Three airs on Netflix, he tells us what his cooking so unique

Hai Cenato, Victoria: restaurant review

Wunderchef Jason Atherton turns his hand to pizza, pasta and other New York-Italian fare at his new dining spot in Victoria's Nova complex

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen's Zoe Adjonyoh on African food in London

African food has too long been ignored by modern London restaurants. We meet Zoe Adjonyoh, the chef who is opening up eyes – and stomachs – to a whole continent

Sassicaia 2014: what does Tenuta San Guido's latest vintage taste like?

The story behind Tenuta San Guido's Sassicaia has become the stuff of legend – and the flavour of its 2014 vintage more than matches up

The best tacos in London

Little corn tortillas, piled high with all kinds of tasty ingredients: it's no wonder the Mexican staple has become London's dish du jour – and here's where to eat them

5 of the best working lunches

Got a lunch meeting in Town, or just desperate to escape the office? Check out these lunch spots

Young British Foodies 2017 is now open for nominations

Want to know who all the movers and shakers are in the food and drink industry? The YBFs, which celebrate up-and-coming talent in the UK, are a pretty good barometer

London's best food and drink schools

Whether you just want to give your brewing/cooking/tasting skills that extra edge or are considering a change in career, try these masterclasses and qualifications on for size

The best brunches in Central London

It's the weekend, you're a bit hungover, and you want to find a kick-ass brunch to make everything feel alright again. Look no further: we run the rule over Central London's best breakfasts

Restaurant review: Corazón, Soho

We head to Corazón on Poland Street, where we scoop up Baja fish and lamb barbacoa tacos – and get our sugar fix with an indulgent pudding

Boutique Lincolnshire festival Lost Village announces lineup

If music be your food of love, head to Lincolnshire's Lost Village festival for a music and food line up that'll blow your welly socks off

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year

Ring in the year of the rooster with lion dances, burlesque shows, dumpling-making masterclasses and shedloads of food and drink

Le Cordon Bleu launches its 2017 UK Scholarship Award

The elite cookery school continues to shape London's food industry with a prestigious scholarship to its Grand Diplôme and an internship at Virgilio Martinez's LIMA Fitzrovia