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Sudi Pigott

Journalist Sudi Pigott.
Journalist Sudi Pigott.

Sudi Pigott

Sudi Pigott is a London-based journalist who has been writing about food and travel for more than 25 years. Sudi is especially interested in the move towards more regenerative food production and climate-conscious cooking, and continues to enjoy raising up the most creative and quirky chefs, especially female chefs, and those from more diverse backgrounds on the ever-evolving UK and European gastronomic scene. 

Sudi’s favourite eating cities include Paris, Copenhagen and Girona. She is the author of How to Be a Better Foodie and Flipping Good: Pancakes Around the World. As a journalist, Sudi writes regularly for; Amex Departures; Telegraph, the i Paper, Femail and Mail Travel, Rolls Royce Whispers as well as France Media. Sudi runs food writing workshops with lunch too.

Al fresco dining at Scott's Richmond in London.
London’s best restaurants for al fresco dining
When the weather is playing ball and it is sunny and splendid outside, be ready to take advantage and bask
The River Thames and London skyline.
5 of the best restaurants in London with a view
Dining at a London restaurant with a view and memorable food can certainly elevate a meal
Chef Josiah Citrin and the Los Angeles skyline.
Josiah Citrin’s guide to Los Angeles
Josiah Citrin is one of the best-known chefs on the California coast, with 30 years' experience in the industry.
Chef Fredrik Berselius and Brooklyn.
Fredrik Berselius’ guide to Brooklyn
Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Fredrik Berselius has spent much of his culinary career in New York City including time in Per Se’s kitchen.
Chef Ulrik Jepsen and the Oslo skyline.
Ulrik Jepsen’s guide to Oslo
Danish chef and co-owner of À L'aise in Oslo, Ulrik Jepsen, whose restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star in 2023, epitomizes modern culinary classici
Chef René Frank and the Berlin skyline.
René Frank’s guide to Berlin
René Frank, co-owner and head chef of two-Michelin-star Coda, in Berlin, is revered for his progressive ‘desserts’
Lion's mane mushrooms at Fallow.
Why chefs are cultivating mushrooms
Some of the UK’s best chefs and restaurants are growing their mushrooms on-site, as climate change bites and foraging conditions become unpredictable. Sudi Pigott investigates the trend.
Pepper pairing.
10 types of peppercorn and how to pair them
Learn how to use 10 of the best-known types of peppercorn with these tasting and pairing tips from spice queen Ren Patel.
Steak at Gaucho in London
The best places to eat steak in London
Craving steak and joyous gluttony?
Dishes at Ino Greek restaurant in London.
The best Greek restaurants in London
The best Greek restaurants in London are transformative in providing the alluring sunshine ingredients of the Hellenic larder to enliven so often grey London
Tongue at Akoko in London.
Tongues are wagging again in UK restaurants
Chefs and consumers are rediscovering tongue as a sustainable and delicious cut. Here are some of the best restaurants in the UK to try tongue.
Chef Bruno Verjus.
Bruno Verjus: ‘I’m the oldest, youngest chef’
Meet the chef behind one of Paris’ most talked about restaurants, who swapped blogging for professional cooking in his 50s.