Where do you eat?

We have a Food issue coming out in February and we’d like your help. Give us your recommendations for interesting, exciting, cool and/or innovative places to eat out in your town

Image: from Massimo Gammacurta’s Candy Alphabet


We have a Food issue coming out in February and we’d like your help. Give us your recommendations for interesting, exciting, cool and/or innovative places to eat out in your town

The February issue will look at all kinds of aspects relating to creativity and food, from dining experiences to packaging, photography, food banks, apps for farmers and more.

We’d also like to include some of our readers’ favourite places to go – local gems with a creative take on eating out, either through their branding, concept, location or menu. We’ll feature as many as we can fit into the issue.

We are particularly looking for UK places out of London but welcome ideas from anywhere in the world – they could be pop-ups, street food stalls and/or vans or permanent restaurants. Please leave your recommendations in the comments section below with links

 

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