Giles Coren

Giles Coren

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.
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How to Eat Out

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Anger Management (for Beginners)

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Fat people, Footballers, Flip-flops, Formula One, Wheelie luggage Cycle helmets, Processed ham, Skiing, Dogs,,, Are you all wound up? Boiling and ready to blow? Breathe deeply. Relax. Master of spleen Giles Coren, author of what The Guardian called 'The Maddest Email Ever', has an unbeatable technique for working through the anger: He does it for you.

17Apr
Hall & Woodhouse, 1 Old King Street, Bath, BA1 2JW

Giles Coren event in Bath

Join Mr B's Emporium for an evening with food critic and TV presenter Giles Coren, who will be in store talking about his humorous new book, 'How to Eat Out: A Life Lived Mostly in Restaurants'.

Giles Coren's My London - ES Magazine

The writer likes a nightcap at Zetter Townhouse after steak and kidney pie at the Guinea Grill

Favourite London discoveries?

Baby gym at the Talacre Sports Centre. Steak and kidney pie at the Guinea Grill. Guy and Max jeweller’s in Shepherd Market. Theatre of Wine, an AMAZING wine shop in Archway. Nadia at John Frieda in Mayfair. Grilled set B at Jin Kichi on Heath St.