Giles Coren is a British food writer, a restaurant critic and a television and radio presenter. Since 1993, he has worked as a columnist and restaurant critic for The Times newspaper. He won the ‘Food and Drink Writer of the Year’ award at the 2005 British Press Awards and was named the restaurant writer of the year at the 2016 Fortnum and Mason Awards. Apart from The Times, he has also written, as a restaurant critic, for various other publications like The Independent and Tatler. On television, he has presented numerous shows, most notably Back In Time series, Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby, Our Food, Million Dollar Critic and The Supersizers Eat series. Coren is also a successful radio show and podcast host. As an author, he has published a novel as well as other nonfiction book, including the best seller How To Eat Out. In his career, he has attracted controversies numerous time – for breaching privacy injunction, writing abusive emails to colleagues and also for his fake Polish Twitter account.