It might not be your choice what you end up ordering at the restaurant Were you feeling like steak before having a look at the menu? Sometimes what you choose when you dine out is not so much down to your choice but the restaurant’s, selling you what’s most profitable for them. Front of house contacted Sue Bradley, Eating Psychology Coach, to understand why these tricks work so well on our subconsciousness. Bradley says that often, when we relate to food, the limbic brain is knocking out the prefrontal cortex; so the rational, ‘adult’ part of the brain is not fully able to control the situation, effectively leaving a toddler in charge who can hardly stay in control. Moreover, Bradley continues, 30-40% of total digestive response to a meal is due to the CPDR (Cephalic phase digestive
Photo:Bloomberg Working in a fast food restaurant is one of the most terrible, but also one of the best life experience (teaches you that life sometimes might be tough). It is not a dream job, it is not something that anyone would like to do all their life. My father used to say you have to study hard, because otherwise you will end up flipping burgers in McDonalds. And where I am today? Flipping the burgers and shaking the fries in fast food restaurants (not in McDonalds but still). Being a part of this industry for almost three years led me to want to tell the story of how this workplace looks at the back of the kitchen. Apparently, it seems very easy: just flipping burgers all day long, or making fries. In fact, working in fast food restaurants might be a hell and here are few...
With a new wave of modern restaurants taking over the London culinary scene, food has become less of a meal and more of an experience. Food culture has steered away from traditional steak and jus, and has become a stage show filled with culinary foam, dry-ice filled cocktails and new takes on a classic bisque. At the forefront of the London restaurant scene, Sketch has been all the rage. Found in the heart of central London, the restaurant takes food and reinvented it with quirky techniques. From the second you enter the building, you're greeted with a hopscotch drawing that leads you to a room filled with pink chairs and illustrations; It is a child’s dream tailored for adults. But is it still dining? The finest of dining perhaps. With Sketch’s grand decor and delicious food, this re
Greek cuisine is presented to us as healthy, fresh, delicious, full of spices and love. But is it presented the same way in London as it does in Greece? Reporter:Maria-Christina Chougkaeva| Sub-Editor: Visnja Marjanovic Mediterranean cuisine is known for being healthy, fresh and colourful. When you ask someone ‘’What is the dish you associate with Greece?’’, everyone answers the same thing… Greek salad. A Greek salad contains red onions, cucumber, tomato, olives and a slice of feta cheese.A salad is no good without a pinch of salt and pepper and a drizzle of olive oil. It is so simple yet so good. Others may mention the famous gyros or as they call it in Greece, souvlaki - a classic Greek wrap that contains bits of meat, either chicken or pork, two slices of tomato, chip