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Mike Gibson

Mike Gibson

Editor

Mike was born to eat and drink, so it's lucky he's editor of Foodism. His favourite cocktail is a negroni, his favourite wines are from California, his favourite spirit is whisky (with and without the 'e') and his favourite food probably changes too often to list. Maybe pizza. In what little other free time he has, he withstands being routinely disappointed at the home of his beloved Tottenham Hotspur FC.

Mike Gibson's articles

Da Terra, Bethnal Green: restaurant review

With a wealth of experience under some of the world's best chefs, Rafael Cagalli and Paulo Airaudo make good on their sky-high ambition at this new Bethnal Green restaurant

Gridiron, Mayfair: restaurant review

Among the Lamborghinis and high-rises of Park Lane, there’s thrilling live-fire cooking to be had at the COMO Metropolitan’s Richard H Turner-helmed Gridiron

Simon Rogan on animal agriculture, balancing a restaurant empire and Hong Kong dining

The launch of Roganic in Hong Kong has seen the celebrated chef join a number of elite restaurateurs to have a genuinely international restaurant group. He talks to us about sourcing, sustainability and his food philosophy in the UK and abroad

Vegas Uncork'd: exploring the food scene on the Las Vegas Strip

If you're a food lover, there's never a better time to visit Sin City than for Vegas Uncork'd, an epic restaurant festival that unites hotels and resorts across the Las Vegas Strip

Robin Gill: My Career in Five Dishes

Robin Gill quietly opened The Dairy in 2013. Within a few years, the low-key neighbourhood restaurant in Clapham became a model for a new style of cooking in London. The chef shares five career-defining dishes

Ollie Templeton: My Career in Five Dishes

As it approaches its fifth birthday, Marylebone mainstay Carousel is a restaurant whose mission statement is as unrivalled as ever. We meet head chef Ollie Templeton, and survey the five dishes that have defined the journey so far

Flor, London Bridge: restaurant review

The long-awaited second restaurant from the team behind Lyle’s is a cute, cosy space that serves great wine and deceptively simple small plates of astonishing quality

10 Heddon Street, Mayfair: restaurant residency review

In the site that used to house Magpie, the enterprising Chris Leach and David Carter have created a six-month residency, serving vibrant dishes of fresh pasta and house-made charcuterie

Coqfighter, Soho: restaurant review

The Aussie-owned street-food-trader-turned-restaurant offers a pared-down but effective menu of Korean- and Japanese-inspired fried chicken dishes

Mere, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

After cutting her teeth in the Roux family’s kitchens, Monica Galetti shows craft, confidence and plenty of imagination at her first solo restaurant

Bob Bob Cité, City of London: restaurant review

They say good things come to those who wait, and that’s exactly the case at the Cheesegrater’s new resident restaurant Bob Bob Cité

Goodwood Estate, Chichester: hotel review

With bountiful farmland and some of the most enviable facilities in the UK, Goodwood Estate is a country-leading food retreat in waiting

The Court, Soho: restaurant and members' club review

This new members' club in Soho brings some serious food and drink credentials to its velvet-decked underground lounge and dining room

Sea Containers London, Southbank: hotel review

Book into Sea Containers London for epic views of the city, killer cocktails and a laid-back restaurant that encourages lounging and feasting

Simon Rogan: My Career in Five Dishes

When it comes to running spectacular restaurants with thoughtful, produce-led menus and seasonality front and centre, Simon Rogan has it nailed. He shares the five dishes that have defined his remarkable journey so far

Gloria Trattoria, Shoreditch: restaurant review

The newest opening from the Big Mamma group brings big flavours, bigger portions and, of course, a queue, to a buzzing spot Shoreditch

Rohit Ghai: My Career in Five Dishes

Perhaps better known as the guiding hand behind many of London’s greatest contemporary Indian restaurants, Rohit Ghai has recently gone it alone with Kutir and KoolCha

Jun Tanaka: My Career in Five Dishes

With a CV full of the most acclaimed restaurants in the city, Jun Tanaka had a wealth of experience to take into his first solo venture The Ninth. We get to grips with a chef who wears his influences on his sleeve, but whose style is all his own

Lobby Bar, Shoreditch: bar review

At the Ace Hotel's newly renovated Lobby Bar, we find a menu of drinks and snacks that'll attract more than just the preeminent boutique hotel's residents

Bassoon Bar, Westminster: bar review

At a classic Westminster hotel, an influx of East London bartending royalty is shaking things up