The Clove Club

CHEFS

Why London’s Top Chefs Are All Cooking on £99 Induction Hobs

“I wouldn’t ever go back to gas.”
Chloe Scott-Moncrieff
5.29.17
wine

Inside the London Wine Bar That Feels Like a Mate’s Kitchen

“People will constantly just walk into the ‘kitchen’ and chat to the chef,” says Phil Bracey of P. Franco, a casual wine bar and shop in Clapton. ”It feels like our house.”
Chloe Sachdev
1.13.17
Japanese cuisine

What Happens When Three Japanese Chefs Are Let Loose in a Classic British Restaurant

When Atsushi Tanaka, Hideki Nishi, and Ryuji Teshima flew in from their respective Parisian eateries to cook at London’s The Clove Club, it led to an evening of globally inspired food. And meringue cigars.
Suze Olbrich
10.25.16
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
Mexican Food

These Chefs Are Swapping Kitchens to Reimagine British Mexican Food

“We try new stuff but we don't give a shit about what people say about us. We just want to learn more,” says Mexico City chef Jorge Vallejo, as he works on a taco and langoustine studded menu with The Clove Club’s Isaac McHale.
Suze Olbrich
6.13.16
fish

The Sea Bass at This London Thai Restaurant Might Stare at You

“It looks a bit scary—a bit of fried fish head staring at you,” admits co-head chef Andy Oliver of the signature whole-fried sea bass at London Thai eatery Som Saa. “But it’s really fun to eat. It’s how they’d serve it in Thailand.”
Michael Segalov
4.19.16