End of the 2010s
How Pret Took Over the British High Street
The story of the cheery sandwich chain that came to define British food in the 2010s.
Paul McCartney on the Climate Crisis: ‘The Only People Who Aren’t Responding Are the Government’
We met the Beatles legend for a vegetarian lunch.
The One Small Thing You Can Do to Help Save the Planet
'Eating Animals' author Jonathan Safran Foer is back with a new book about the climate crisis – and how our individual choices make a difference.
The Evolution of the ‘Messy Woman’
How the pop culture trope changed in the time between ‘Animals’ being published in 2014 and then adapted into a film this year.
In Today's Food World, Everyone's a Critic and IG Is Still King
MUNCHIES tackled those issues and more, in a series of panel discussions at Wilderness festival this weekend.
The Restaurant That Made Eating Out Fun Again
Styled like an old-school Italian trattoria, Gloria is London's most talked about restaurant. But why have we fallen so hard for kitsch interiors and carbonara?
The 50 Best British TV Shows Since 2000
'Green Wing' Wasn't Meant to Be a Surreal Show
Creator Victoria Pile tells us that the cult Channel 4 hospital sitcom is "mostly real. It’s pushing the contours of behaviour."
How the Part of London You Live in Affects Your Social Life
A study has found that New Yorkers’ social connections are determined by where they live on the subway. Is the same true of London?
The Unexpected Rise of the Vegan Lad
We meet Henry Firth and Ian Theasby of food brand BOSH!, and step into their gently blokey influencer world for the day.
Anti-Diet Books Are the New Diet Books
Intuitive eating promises to free its followers from food rules and calorie counting, but is it just another diet trend?
This Egg and Aubergine Brunch Dish Will Make You Feel Like You're Poolside in Marrakesh
Josh Katz of London’s Berber & Q shows us how to make his grilled courgette, pickled aubergine, and yogurt breakfast dish—topped with chili breadcrumbs.
The UK’s First Vegan Cheese Shop Isn’t Afraid of Controversy
Sisters Rachel and Charlotte Stevens opened La Fauxmagerie in South London earlier this month, and some areas of the British dairy industry are already riled.