Ramael Scully worked alongside Yotam Ottolenghi for more than ten years. Now, he's opening a London restaurant inspired by his dual heritage and travels across the globe.
“Although the relationship in a nightclub is different to a restaurant, you’re still working to create a mood.”
Josh Katz of Berber & Q wants diners to ditch the elephant-leg shawarma from the kebab shop for traditional Levantine charcoal-grilled meat.
London-based chefs Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully of NOPI dropped by the MUNCHIES garden to make some salad, geek out over ground cherries, and throw shade at American cinnamon.
I'm sick of feeling embarrassed by my bland pasta-with-ketchup-sauce dinner. Because of the sheer volume of food TV hammering our gray matter, there are millions of us who are couch-potato gourmands. But in the kitchen, would we have the chops to...