Lyle's

The World Cup

Chefs Tell Us What to Eat and Drink During the World Cup

"Anything involving crispy potatoes."
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
6.15.18
Pasta

The Art of Pasta Extruding with Mitch Orr and James Lowe

I joined James Lowe, head chef at Michelin-starred London restaurant Lyle’s and Sydney’s “prince of pasta” Mitch Orr to make spaghetti, macaroni, and casarecce using an extruder, a rare pasta-making machine.
Daisy Meager
4.6.17
London

Meet the Potter Making Perfectly Imperfect Plates for London’s Top Restaurants

Skye Corewijn of Lazy Eye Ceramics started throwing clay as a hobby. Now, she makes tableware for Michelin-starred chefs including James Lowe and Isaac McHale.
Daisy Meager
10.11.16
CHEFS

Everything These Michelin-Starred Chefs Learned from Working at The Fat Duck

James Lowe of Lyle’s in London and Danish chef Theis Brydegaard share how starting out at Heston's three Michelin-starred restaurant shaped their cooking careers.
Daisy Meager
9.8.16
CHEFS

A London Restaurant Crawl with the King of Convenience Food

Jowett Yu may be head chef at high end Hong Kong restaurant Ho Lee Fook, but he also loves microwave spaghetti and convenience store fish cakes. On Yu’s first ever visit to London, I joined him and chef James Lowe for a tour of the capital’s best...
Johanna Derry
8.9.16
farming

James Lowe’s 127-Mile Quest into the Malvern Hills for Perfect Peas

To source the best peas for Lyle’s’ famous pea and ticklemore salad, we joined the Michelin-starred chef on a trip to a Worcestershire farm, where he hand-picks the best pods.
Nell Frizzell
7.6.16
CHEFS

This Chef Doesn’t Care Whether You Make Any Recipes From His Cookbook

Octaphilosophy by André Chiang is more than a recipe book. It documents a year in the kitchens of the chef’s celebrated Singaporean restaurant, exploring the eight elements that make up his approach to cooking.
Daisy Meager
7.4.16
Sweden

Why I Opened My Restaurant in the Middle of Nowhere

Having a restaurant in the countryside means you have to accept that you might not have everything you want, which actually makes it more fun to eat.
Daniel Berlin
9.15.15
fish

Eels Are the Slippery Link Between Japanese and British Cuisine

“Eels are rich in vitamins and give us energy to fight against the heat and last the summer,” says chef Junya Yamasaki as he and James Lowe prepare to cook a dinner that celebrates the fish’s place in British and Japanese cuisine.
Gareth May
8.3.15
London

Chef Fergus Henderson Made Positivity Cool in the Kitchen

Legendary chef Fergus Henderson didn't only change the landscape of food with St. John. He also inspired a whole new kitchen attitude—one of calmness, respect, and positivity, you shithead.
Josh Barrie
8.26.14