Giles Robin Patrick Coren is a British food writer and television presenter. He has been a restaurant critic for The Times newspaper since 1993, and was named Food and Drink Writer of the Year at the British Press Awards in 2005. He has co-starred with comedian Sue Perkins in The Supersizers... series and with chef Monica Galetti in the Amazing Hotels – Life Beyond The Lobby series. Coren has been involved in a number of controversies, including breaching a privacy injunction, writing abusive emails to colleagues, and making statements expressing anti-Polish sentiment.
|Born:||Giles Robin Patrick Coren, July 29, 1969, Paddington, London, United Kingdom|
|Residence:||Kentish Town, London, United Kingdom|
|Education:||The Hall School, Hampstead, London, Westminster School, London|
|Alma mater:||Keble College, Oxford|
|Occupation:||Food critic, journalist, TV presenter and writer|
|Employer:||BBC, ITV and The Times|
|Spouse(s):||Esther Walker (m. 2010)|
|Parent(s):||Alan Coren (deceased), Anne Coren (née Kasriel)|
|Relatives:||Victoria Coren Mitchell (sister), David Mitchell (brother-in-law), Michael Coren (cousin)|
|Twitter:||Giles Coren's Twitter profile|
About Giles Coren
British writer and restaurant critic who was named Food and Drink Writer of the Year at the 2005 British Press Awards.
He studied English at Keble College, Oxford and began writing restaurant reviews for The Times in 1993.
He made regular television appearances, including the BBC shows Edwardian Supersize Me and The Supersizers Go.
He married Ester Walker in 2010.
Frank Bruni has been another famous restaurant critic.
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- Journalists from London
- British Jewish writers
- BBC television presenters
- English columnists
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- Alumni of Keble College, Oxford