Britain's food revolution hits Tokyo

| Jul 10, 2015

Britain's food revolution hits Tokyo

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“It is a truth universally acknowledged that, generally speaking, English meals are bad.” So begins Nozomu Hayashi’s best-selling 1991 treatise on British food, “Igirisu wa Oishi” (“England is Delicious”). As comments go, this one is relatively mild. After all, it has long been fashionable ...

Finding comfort in a Belgian bowl

| Dec 2, 2014

Finding comfort in a Belgian bowl

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The mercury has dropped and the nights are getting longer. As the temperature plummets so does the need for culinary sophistication. Filigree garnishes, amusingly carved vegetables and light bonito broths frankly no longer cut it. To put it another way: December is less about ...