Star of TV's Supersizers and The Times' restaurant columnist Giles Coren brings us his hilarious and practical wisdom on eating out - from McDonalds to Michelin star.
Giles Coren has been a restaurant critic for The Times for the last ten years. Before that, he was restaurant critic of the Independent on Sunday. Before that, he was restaurant critic for Tatler. Before that, he was a journalist. In 2005, he was named Food and Drink Writer of the Year, published his first 'and last' novel, Winkler and began presenting The F-Word on Channel 4 with Gordon Ramsay. Since then, he has presented a documentary series on biotechnology in the food chain 'Animal Farm', a polemical film about the obesity crisis 'Tax the Fat', and three series of The Supersizers Go...with Sue Perkins, who does the funny stuff whilst Coren eats his way through 2,000 years of food history with the table manners of a pig recently released from prison. His most recent television series, Our Food, aired on BBC2 in April 2012. He lives in Kentish Town with his wife, the writer Esther Walker, and his daughter, the toddler Kitty Coren, who recently developed a taste for good dim sum and will thus be allowed to stay.
Funny, lyrical, affectionate * Independent on Sunday * An unexpected joy. I found myself wiping away a tear as he describes a meal out with mum and dad, and hooting with laughter over the bile-flecked airline food chapter. * The Independent * Can't recommend this enough to those who love eating out, travel, food; and most of all, who just like to have a really good chuckle. * Rachel Khoo * It's as funny as hell, and had me laughing and crying at the same time. * Good Housekeeping * Sorry it had to end. Loved every minute. Emotional now. More please. And soon. * @realnigelslater * Am LOVING How To Eat Out * @Nigella_Lawson *