William Sitwell is one of the UK’s leading food writers. Restaurant critic for The Telegraph and a feature writer and commentator for that paper he is also one of the long-standing judges on the BBC hit show MasterChef. The author of a number of internationally best-selling books his latest is The Restaurant, A History of Dining Out. A frequent guest and presenter on British TV and audio he also runs his acclaimed Sitwell Supper Club and is the founder of the world’s smallest wine store, William’s House Wines. He has four children, lives in Somerset, England, with his wife Emily where he relishes the wild countryside of Exmoor. He has a passion for good wine, cooking large pieces of meat, mowing the lawn and building bonfires.