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Jordan Kelly-Linden

Jordan Kelly-Linden

Staff writer

Jordan is Foodism's staff writer and, when it comes to food, she'll eat anything. No joke – once we caught her tucking into a can of cold spaghetti hoops on a particularly outrageous hangover. Dark, we know. But we let her keep her job anyway and now she spends her time slurping, sipping and scoffing her way across London.

Jordan Kelly-Linden's articles

Leandro Carreira on Portuguese cooking and his first solo venture, Londrino

Bermondsey is fast becoming a foodie hotspot, so we take a look at one of it's newest residents: Londrino – Leo Carreira's first solo restaurant that's as much inspired by the place he now calls home as it is his Portuguese heritage

London Larder: Wilderbee honey

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, it's Wilderbee's chili-infused London honey

Stevie Parle on Dock Kitchen and London's changing restaurant scene

After the closure of the chef's iconic Dock Kitchen, he talks about his future plans, what the recession did for London dining, and balancing a successful restaurant empire

12 of our favourite pasta restaurants

Pasta: the universal comfort dish. And it's not hard to see why when it's done as well as it is at these London restaurants

Stevie Parle: my career in five dishes

Ever wanted an insight into the mind of a chef? We meet Stevie Parle, one of London's most highly thought-of restaurateurs, for a crash-course in his cooking philosophy

Boxcar Butcher & Grill, Marylebone: restaurant review

We run the rule over Boxcar, a must-visit deli and grill in Marylebone that proves that while eating trends may come and go, steak is here to stay

Alternative date night venues in London

Skip the romantic restaurant and go straight for booze-fuelled fun at these alternative date locations. Warning: beer goggles almost definitely included

Wright Brothers, Battersea: restaurant review

This week we hit up Battersea Power Station's latest opening, Wright Brothers, for riverside views, glittering interiors and fresher-than-fresh seafood

Salon, Brixton: restaurant and wine bar review

Affordable, low intervention wines and European sharing plates are the name of the game at Salon, a tiny independent restaurant and wine bar in Brixton Village Market

Flank, Old Spitalfields Market: restaurant review

Old Spitalfields Market has had a facelift and with it comes Flank, Brighton’s nose-to-tail barbeque buffs. Expect ham hock crumpets, melty bone marrow gnocchi and perfectly charred, tender cuts of meat laden with smoky flavour

Secret Santa gifts for people who love food

Stocking fillers and secret Santa ideas, all clocking in under a tenner. We've got gift suggestions for every type of person, from the gin lover to the creative and even the office stress head. Don't worry, you can thank us later

What to eat, drink and do at Winterville this year

Best thing in Clapham right now? Winterville, of course. That big, beautiful, glittering village on Clapham Common is home to a lot of festive, food-filled fun. Here are the best bits...

5 of the finest Christmas feasts for alternative seasonal eating in the capital

It's that time to throw caution well and truly to the wind and replace it with some seriously indulgent dining, so here's our pick of London's best festive menus

CôBa, King’s Cross: restaurant review

Vietnamese cooking meets modern Australian design in this North London neighbourhood restaurant and cocktail bar on York Way

Best food and drink Advent calendars for adults

From chocolate Advent calendars to wine Advent calendars… oh, and a chilli one, too, we’ve rounded up the best, the quirkiest and the most luxurious edible Advent calendars for all the big kids and successful adults this Christmas 2017.

Little Quiet, Barbican: restaurant review

Little Quiet, Disappearing Dining Club's latest residency, brings Alpine winter warmers and molten popcorn brownies to a clandestine former wine bar on Newbury Street

Nandine at Spike & Earl: pop-up review

This week we head to Camberwell to put Nandine's Spike + Earl kitchen takeover to the test. Expect sleepy falafels (no, we're not talking about our post-lunch selves), buttery battered artichokes and tipples that... er, Twinkle

Suvlaki, Shoreditch: restaurant review

Old-school Hollywood meets modern Athenian cooking in Suvlaki, Shoreditch’s dark and sultry new Greek restaurant

Flavour Bastard, Soho: restaurant review

Lines between modern Indian and other contemporary cuisines are well and truly blurred at Vic Singh and Pratap Chahal’s bold new restaurant on Frith Street

Texture, Marylebone: restaurant review

Ten years after it first opened, Aggi Sverrisson's Texture is still wowing Marylebone's fine-dining scene, with inventive dishes, experimental presentation and a wine list to die for