How to Eat Out Paperback – 14 Feb 2013
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Am LOVING How To Eat Out (@Nigella_Lawson)
Sorry it had to end. Loved every minute. Emotional now. More please. And soon. (@realnigelslater)
It's as funny as hell, and had me laughing and crying at the same time. (Good Housekeeping)
Can't recommend this enough to those who love eating out, travel, food; and most of all, who just like to have a really good chuckle. (Rachel Khoo)
An unexpected joy. I found myself wiping away a tear as he describes a meal out with mum and dad, and hooting with laughter over the bile-flecked airline food chapter. (The Independent)
Funny, lyrical, affectionate (Independent on Sunday)
Star of TV's Supersizers and The Times' restaurant columnist Giles Coren brings us his hilarious and practical wisdom on eating out - from McDonalds to Michelin star.See all Product description
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You have to give him credit for some of the campaigning he's done over the years. It may not be as in your face or grand as Jamie's efforts, but no less worthwhile. It was Giles who railed against the pointlessly un-green, unfair trend for expensive bottled water when we have perfectly good stuff out the tap, and free. And Giles who was first to include the sustainability of the fish and other social or sustainable considerations in his reviews, which we should be making when deciding where to spend our money. But without turning the whole thing into a worthy exercise, in fact making it fun and informative at the same time. A tricky balance to get right and one I believe he has done here.
More importantly it is frequently laugh-out-loud funny. My partner was subjected to much snorting followed by the reading of excerpts - which were funny enough to warrant the interruptions of her crossword, cooking, whatever.
Highly recommended by this reader
If you like Coren the food critic you will like Coren the author. If you like Chinese food and you are a westerner, you will love this book. Its a cappucino book...light and fluffy.
in various establishments and reflection of trends. In places it was laugh out loud and highly amusing. A thoroughly enjoyable read.