//Food & Wine

  • Feast: Food of the Islamic World

    Anissa Helou

    Helou has been described as both a scholar and a hedonist: in this new book she fulfills both roles once again. Her latest culinary explorations take us from Senegal to Indonesia via the Arabian Peninsula, Persia and North Africa. An expansive and delicious mix of knowledge and recipes.

    Hardback £45.00
  • Zaitoun: Recipes and Stories from the Palestinian Kitchen

    Yasmin Khan

    Khan’s first book Saffron Tales, a paean to Iranian food, was hailed as one of the best cookbooks of 2016. This time she has gathered her recipes from Nazareth, Gaza, Jerusalem…

    Hardback £26.00
  • The Little Swedish Kitchen

    Rachel Khoo

    Khoo has forsaken Paris for Scandinavia: you may never want to look a blueberry in the eye again, but she did introduce a generation to French cooking with her excellent ‘Little Paris Kitchen’.

    Hardback £20.00
  • Sameen Rushdie’s Indian Cookery

    Sameen Rushdie, introduction by Salman Rushdie

    Published in 1987 a month before her brother’s The Satanic Verses. No photographs, just 150 family recipes in which delicacy and balance are key. Spiced lamb cooked in yoghurt, chicken with cream, saffron and green cardamoms, a dozen dhals…

    Hardback £13.95
  • Wine – A Way of Life

    Steven Spurrier

    SS started his life of wine aged 13 with a glass of 1908 port; later he set up ‘The Judgement of Paris’, a blind tasting at which nine of the best tasters in France chose Californian wines over French, changing the wine world forever.

    Hardback £20.00
  • Bangkok Thai: The Busaba Cookbook

    Busaba

    100 recipes from the restaurant team that first began in Soho in 1999, devised with home cooks in mind.

    Hardback £25.00
  • Elizabeth David’s Christmas

    Elizabeth David

    A new edition of ED’s last book, published posthumously. Her sister, Felicité, worked at Sandoe’s from when we opened in 1957 to the early 1980s. They were cousins of Arthur Lett-Haines, which explains how ED came by one of Cedric Morris’s glorious egg paintings, which she gave to the Tate, having used it for the cover for the 1984 edition of ‘An Omelette and a Glass of Wine’.

    Hardback £14.99
  • Black Sea: Dispatches and Recipes – Through Darkness and Light

    Caroline Eden

    A second book from the author of ‘Samarkand: Recipes and Stories from Central Asia and the Caucasus’ takes our imagination and our mouths on a journey from Odessa to Istanbul and Trabzon, through Bessarabia, Romania, Bulgaria and the Turkish Black Sea coast.

    Hardback £25.00
  • Consider The Oyster

    M F K Fisher

    “An oyster leads a dreadful but exciting life”… If MFK’s books are all gems, then this is a pearl. First published in 1941.

    Paperback £9.99