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Thomasina Miers on Mexican food in London and building a restaurant empire

She brought authentic Mexican food to London with Wahaca and DF Mexico. Now, Thomasina Miers London's ready to move on from bad Tex-Mex

Thomasina Miers' Wahaca restaurant group goes carbon-neutral

There's now even more reason to love Wahaca's market-style Mexican food – it's become the first restaurant group in the UK to be certified carbon-neutral

Local Heroes: Tequila bars and mezcalerias

2015 is the year the agave plant takes back the throne.

How good restaurant chains stay on top of their game

Not all chain restaurants are bad news, it's just that only a few of them actually get it right. We ask those who've managed it to reveal the secrets of their success

Wahaca founder Thomasina Miers' shares her recipe for chorizo, new potato and chile de árbol pizza

Inspired by the flat-style pizzas sold after hours on the streets of Oaxaca in Mexico, this pizza, from Wahaca founder Thomasina Miers, packs a mighty punch wit

Make Thomasina Miers' pork belly tacos with tamarind-chipotle glaze

Take the Wahaca Test Kitchen's Mexican-inspired, signature street food home with this recipe for slow-cooked pork tacos and zingy spiced pickle

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

The Foodism 100: Positive Change Hero 2018

The Positive Change Hero award, sponsored by Karma Cola, recognises individuals working in any sector of sustainable and ethical food and drink whose commitment to their work is driving the movement forward

Mondo Brewing Company, Battersea: brewery review

Battersea's Mondo Brewing Company brings experimental craft beer to a South West London industrial estate, and you can try it all in the taproom

Beyond the menu: the restaurants and bars taking on waste in London and beyond

For those running truly sustainable restaurants, it's about so much more than simply what's on the menu, and they don't feel the need to shout about it either