Chef's Table with Reza Mahammad
In this new series, Reza Mahammad talks to prominent figures in the Food and Hospitality industry, particularly about how the industry is being affected on the one hand by the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns and on the other by Brexit, and how each has been coping with the situation.
Reza talks to food writer, restaurateur, chef and journalist Ravinder Bhogal, who opened her restaurant Jikoni in Marylebone, London in September 2016. Ravinder talks about her experience over the last year, of her new book, the stories in it and the people who influenced her.
In this interview, recorded in mid-February, Reza talks to Mark Dodson, the owner and chef of the Mason's Arms in North Devon. As well as his general perspectives on the problems that the food and hospitality industry has been facing, he also explains why he hasn't taken the route of selling meal boxes on-line.
This week in Chef's Table with Reza Mahammad, Reza talks to Jack Stein, the Chef Director of the Rick Stein Group, author and TV presenter.
In this episode of Chef's Table with Reza Mahammad, Reza talks to William Sitwell, the author, broadcaster and restaurant critic for the Telegraph newspaper.
In this week’s episode of Chef’s Table, Reza catches up with his old friend Cyrus Todiwala in the midst of moving from the iconic building that has been home to the famous Café Spice Namaste for more than 25 years. Lockdown, Brexit and the future of the hospitality industry are topics on the agenda.
In this first episode of Chef's Table with Reza Mahammad, Reza talks to the Tanner brothers, founders of Tanners Restaurant in Plymouth and owners of Barbican Kitchen in Plymouth and The Kentish Hare in Tunbridge Wells.