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Tom Powell

Tom Powell

Contributing editor

Tom has a voracious appetite for junk food, offal and gratuitous slabs of grilled meat. He also has an incredibly fast metabolism, so you wouldn't necessarily notice it. In his spare time he enjoys wine, craft beer and brown liquor. To be honest, he enjoys them on company time, too.

Tom Powell's articles

The Sign of the Angel, Wiltshire: hotel review

At The Sign of the Angel in picturesque Wiltshire village Lacock, we find all you'd expect from a traditional inn, brought up to date with contemporary dining

Delamina, Marylebone: restaurant review

The team behind Strut & Cluck head to Marylebone, by way of the Eastern Mediterranean, with new venture Delamina

Abd el Wahab, Belgravia: Restaurant review

Lebanese restaurant Abd el Wahab brings middle eastern feasting and a solid wine list to Belgravia. Here's why you should visit

London's most sustainable bars

It’s not just restaurants getting on board the ethical train – these bars are at it too. From root-infused tinctures to social enterprises, here’s where to get your mitts on a sustainable serve. Cheers to that

The Foodism guide to... Ledbury, Herefordshire

We take a trip into the heart of Herefordshire and discover an abundance of food and booze with an incredibly local lilt

Holborn Dining Room, Holborn: restaurant review

The resident restaurant at the Rosewood Hotel in Holborn is all about classic British comfort food elevated to high levels by a chef with a deft touch (and a serious love of pastry)

The Foodism guide to... Brill, Bucks

Michelin's Pub of the Year is a great find, as is the village where it's located. So, while you're there, here's where to eat, drink and stay in Brill, Buckinghamshire

Manetta's Bar, Mayfair: bar review

At the decidedly art deco Manetta’s Bar below Flemings Mayfair, we find a den of interwar opulence, smart-thinking drinks and literary daydreams

Marcella, Deptford: restaurant review

British sensibilities meet Italian flavours in Deptford's new pared-back neighbourhood joint. Expect fresh pasta, saffron arancini and an extensive Italian-only drinks list

London's best nose-to-tail restaurants

A few of the guiding lights of the nose-to-tail and root-to-fruit movements