With a global reputation as the world's fiercest restaurant critic, Giles Coren arrives for dinner hungry and with strong opinion. This Brit’s sharp wit and relentless candour make him a home cook's most vocal champion or greatest foe, and he invariably kicks up controversy wherever he goes.
Giles has been a columnist and restaurant critic in London for The Times for two decades and has contributed to numerous publications including Esquire, The Independent on Sunday, GQ, and Tatler. He is the author of three books - the novel Winkler (2005) and the non-fiction books Anger Management (For Beginners) (2010) and How to Eat Out (2012). He was named "Food and Drink Writer of the Year" at the 2005 British Press Awards. He also stars in the brand new W Network documentary series, Million Dollar Critic, where he traverses restaurants across the continent searching for the most authentic dining experiences, granting one lucky establishment with a rave international review.