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

Review: Aster

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The new property developments at Victoria are bringing an overdue host of new dining options to the area, alongside offices and flats. D&D’s offering is Aster, a self-described “Nordic French” restaurant.

Like most new restaurants, there is a policy of no reservations at El Pastor, and the queue can be mammoth. IGT’s Food Editor and Co-Founder happened upon a chance lull and some lucky seating, so had to see if the taco hype was justified. And drink a carafe of tequila.

IGT rounds off the Thai fun with an essential recipe for a super satisfying soup. Fresh, succulent prawns in a whirlwind of different ingredients – master this one and your flavour-balancing skills will be kicked up a notch.

Who doesn’t love street food? It’s cheap, at least in most parts of the world, if not in London, creative, convenient, and …