Welcome to the latest episode of Londonist Out Loud, a podcast about London, as recently recommended by The Telegraph.
Londonist Out Loud is presented and produced by N Quentin Woolf. Today's show looks at London from a foodie perspective. The guests are Zumbura restaurant owner Aamir Ahmad, author of Cooking Without A Kitchen Miriam Nice, and Londonist's own Ben Norum. The location is Zumbura Indian restaurant in Clapham Common, where sharing is tantamount, and cutlery frowned upon.
They discuss the "democratisation of food" and changes to the London fine dining industry. Has the economy changed the way we eat? Plus, do you know what's better than milk for dealing with the throaty after burn of a particularly spicy dish?
Producer and presenter N Quentin Woolf has just published his first novel, The Death Of The Poet, for more information about the book see here.
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Show notes by Laura Reynolds.