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Make Angela Hartnett's lobster spaghetti

This dish became an instant bestseller, and it's not hard to see why. After grilling, it's one of the best ways to eat lobster – and we've got you the recipe

The Foodism guide to... Lime Wood, Hampshire

We go hyper-local at the beautiful New Forest's food-centric boutique bolthole, Lime Wood

The best UK festivals for music, culture and food

Time lose yourself at Lost Village, go wild at Wilderness and, er, smarten up at Henley. Festival season is here and here's everything you need to know, including who's headlining and, more importantly, who's cooking

Hicce, King’s Cross: restaurant review

Its name might be inspired by ancient history, but Pip Lacey's Hicce is a lesson in contemporary European cooking holding its own an equally modern space

Tracking the evolution of the hotel restaurant in London and beyond

The days of hotel restaurants existing solely as the drab domain of weary travellers are long gone. Nowadays, they're a destination for anyone who wants to eat well. But what is it that makes the good ones a success?

Q&A: The founders of Margot on the secrets to running a great restaurant, both in and out of the kitchen

Nicolas Jaouën and Paolo de Tarso are opening new Covent Garden restaurant Margot  – but neither of them are chefs. They tell us how it's going to work

Flavour of the Week: Cafe Murano

Angela Hartnett's Italian techniques and seasonal British ingredients are a match made in paradiso at Covent Garden's Cafe Murano

The Escapist: Murano's head chef Pip Lacey

Pip Lacey swapped graphic design for the kitchen. We talk to her about heading up Angela Hartnett’s Michelin-starred Murano, colour, cooking and adventures in food

Q&A: The Modern Pantry's Anna Hansen on creating fusion food

As she opens her second restaurant, we talk to The Modern Pantry's Anna Hansen about pairing flavour profiles and why London's restaurant industry could be in crisis

The Foodist: Wilderness festival brings a host of food traders to Oxfordshire

If you need further confirmation that chefs are the new rock stars, check out Wilderness