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Mike Gibson

Mike Gibson

Deputy editor

Mike was born to eat, so it's lucky he's associate editor at Foodism. His favourite cocktail is a negroni, his favourite wines are from California, his favourite spirit is whisky (with and without the 'e') and his favourite food changes too often to list. Maybe pizza. In what little other free time he has, he withstands being routinely disappointed at the home of his beloved Tottenham Hotspur FC.

Mike Gibson's articles

An inside look at sustainably minded champagne house Bollinger

Iconic champagne brand Bollinger's continued success is no accident – it's a combination of rare vineyards, sustainable viniculture and a distinguished history

The Foodist: Goatober and ethical eating

Goatober is a month-long initiative that sets its sights on righting a wrong in the restaurant and farming industries, and it's enlisted the help of some of London's best restaurants to do so

Rigo, Parson's Green: Restaurant Review

Rigo, with its tasting menus, wine pairings and progressive flavour combinations, brings modern cooking with serious flair and a dizzying aesthetic to a neighbourhood spot in Parsons Green

Yosma, Marylebone: restaurant review

Yosma is all about feasting on high-end versions of Turkish meyhane classics, with punchy flavours and delicate textures abounding

The story of Fever-Tree: how the gin & tonic made the UK's most valuable soft-drinks company

From humble beginnings, Fever-Tree's mixers have found worldwide success as well as industry acclaim. we take a look at the brand's recipe for greatness

Del74, Clapton: restaurant review

Hackney's newest taqueria brings tasty margaritas, mezcal and a taco menu that punches well above its weight to its now-permanent Clapton Road site

108 Garage, Notting Hill: restaurant review

Golborne Road has a new upstart: the ultra-modern 108 Garage, which puts a small, technical open kitchen and experimental flavour pairings at the fore

Q&A: Michel Roux Jr on craftsmanship and 50 years of Le Gavroche

The iconic chef talks to us about the 50th anniversary of his Mayfair restaurant, and working with four producers for The Balvenie Craftsmen's Dinner Series

Meet four champions of the farm-to-table dining movement

Farm-to-table dining isn't just a flash in the pan. From Dan Barber to Simon Rogan, we meet four success stories proving that the future of food is in hyperlocal produce and sensitively reared animals

Launceston Place, Kensington: restaurant review

With a fancy makeover and a new head chef to boot, the cult classic, Michelin-baiting Launceston Place is once again on the up

Booma, Brixton: restaurant review

Indian food's reinvention continues at Booma, where you'll find modern takes on curried classics alongside a discerning range of craft beers and ciders