'I'm a food writer, a restaurant critic for The Telegraph, a broadcaster and a critic on MasterChef, a travel writer, an author and the founder of the world's smallest wine store: William's House Wines.'
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WILLIAM IS HUNTER GATHERER FOR TELEGRAPH
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THE RESTAURANT: A HISTORY OF EATING OUT
WILLIAM IS RESTAURANT CRITIC FOR THE TELEGRAPH
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WILLIAM'S HOUSE WINES
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Check out William's travel column in The Telegraph - Hunter Gatherer - where he travels the world in search of iconic ingredients as well as reporting on his adventures from the Alps to Asia...
Make the way you buy wine simpler and easier than ever. Each month William curates a delicious list of wines - and a beautifully simple selection. Choose from two whites, two reds, two rosés or two sparklings. Happy sipping!
AUTHENTIC PASTA DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR
William, along with Giles Coren and Prue Leith, is a co-founder of pasta delivery company Pasta Evangelists
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BITING TALK: THE BIGGEST NAMES IN FOOD EVERY WEEK
Join William at 6PM each Tuesday on Instagram or look for the Biting Talk podcast as he chats to top foodies, chefs, caterers and writers and drinks experts from around the world
LATEST at WESTON
William’s family home, Weston Hall, in rural Northamptonshire, now plays host to an amazing supper club, weddings, private dinners, AirBnB and cookery courses
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MANNERS MAKETH MEGHAN
From bump-cradling to sacking domestic staff, William Sitwell's guide to being properly posh
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WILLIAM ON TV
William is a regular and long-standing critic on the hit BBC show MasterChef. He also appears ona variety of programmes as well as being a documentary presenter. His best-known film was Michelin Stars: The Madness of Perfection. Click on the link below to watch it on YouTube
As the hospitality industry gets slowly back on its feet, William's reviews in The Telegraph will guide you to the best places to eat across the UK; where you can dine in splendour and safety
William's new book, The Restaurant; A History of Eating Out is, says The Telegraph, 'An immensely engaging guide'. The Times calls it: 'A warm-hearted romp through the history of eating out.' It is 'supremely readable', according to The Spectator. The Mail on Sunday says it's :'Always well-informed, never dull.'