Sudi Pigott

Sudi Pigott is one of Britain’s most prolific and respected food and restaurant journalists who has eaten at far more of the world’s best restaurants than it may be polite to admit to.  She’s been an ardent feminist since reading Simone de Beauvoir’s “The Second Sex” as a teenage foodlover.

Her features, many on the successes and challenges of being a women in the food industry, appear in the i paper, The Economist’s 1843, Robb Report, among others.  She is the UK correspondent for San Pellegrino’s and the restaurant editor for London based

Sudi co-founded earlier this year together with filmmaker of “The Goddesses of Food” and author Verane Frediani and arts producer Vivienne Huang.  Their mission is to elevate recognition and opportunities for women in food.   Initially, they are compiling an open access directory of all the women running kitchens in the UK.

Sudi and the same co-founders are also working on London’s first Culinary Cinema Festival 2019 showing world and UK premieres with filmmaker and chef debates and dinners relating to and celebrating the films.

Sudi is the author of bestselling “How to be a Better Foodie” and “Flipping Good: pancakes across the world” published by Kyle Books, also available in eBook.

Follow Sudi on instagram and twitter @sudifoodie @womenoffood

100 Years of Women in Food

100 Years of Women in Food