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Around since 1984, Yoshino is very much at the top of its game, and yet remains a little off the radar. IGT’s tried everything on the menu so we’ve got the guide to run you through the best Japanese cuisine in London.

Reflections on the finger-lickin’, life-shortening Louisiana diet, by a man who found himself needing a lot of sandwich, in not a lot of time.

The variety inherent in the gastronomic awakening of these isles needn’t be a rallying cry against the good old bulbous festive bird roast, argues IGT’s co-founder. In fact, it’s got potential for versatility that means the very opposite.

The brilliant Jay Rayner wrote (years ago now) about the idiosyncrasies of Surrey in the Observer, and he couldn’t have been more …

I once got talking to an older South African woman on the bus back when I lived in Barnsley. Which seems odd …