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Jordan Kelly-Linden


Editorial assistant

Jordan's not quite sure how her hobby developed into a career, but, since becoming Foodism's editorial assistant, she's decided to just roll with it. Almost entirely fuelled by black coffee and likely coated in some sort of glitter, her Instagram handle ain't lying when it says she's 'Living off Caffeine and Glitter'. Ask her what her favourite food is and she's sure to reply ramen. But don't talk to her about beef burgers or turmeric lattes, she can't stand them. 

Jordan Kelly-Linden's articles

Flank, Old Spitalfields Market: restaurant review

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

CôBa, King’s Cross: restaurant review

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

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

The Test Kitchen, Soho: restaurant review

Adam Simmonds rewrites the restaurant rulebook with a weekly menu that puts experimental flavours and diner participation at the fore

Lahpet, London Fields: restaurant review

Having first introduced Burmese street food to the capital at Maltby Street Market last year, Lahpet takes on Hackney, bringing its brand of Myanma cuisine to East London

El Pastór, London Bridge: restaurant review

Sharing is caring, and that's what this lively and authentic-feeling taqueria in the archs of London Bridge is all about

Tea Room, Soho: restaurant review

This week we head to Greek Street for a taste of Hong Kong. Expect fluffy Cantonese steamed buns, crispy duck tongue fries and specialist spirits shipped straight from China