William Sitwell

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William Sitwell is one of Britain’s leading food writers. He is probably best known to UK audiences as a regular judge, alongside John Torode and Gregg Wallace, on MasterChef.

Sitwell makes frequent appearances on TV shows such as Market Kitchen and Kitchen Criminals. Both the British Society of Magazine Editors and the Association of Publishing Agencies have named him Editor of the Year.

He has written several internationally successful books on food: To Feed a Nation at War (2016), The Really Quite Good British Cookbook (2017), and The Restaurant: A 2,000-Year History of Dining Out (2020).

William Sitwell was formerly the award-winning editor of Waitrose Food magazine and now works for The Daily Telegraph as a restaurant critic.

He is also the founder of the world’s smallest wine store WilliamsHouseWines.com.

Public Speaking

William is the host of Britain’s liveliest food and drink podcast, Biting Talk. He is a frequent presenter and guest on TV and radio and a popular speaker at events.

Conference & Events

William entertains diners with his Supper Club. The exclusive events see celebrated chefs cooking fabulous food served in a fantastic location: The Cow Shed at Rooks Nest Farm, William’s family home set in the stunning hills off Exmoor.

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