Reviews

  • "Stein’s brilliant memoir traces his halcyon days spent in Australia, culminating on his home turf, Cornwall."

    The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Telegraph
  • "Dealing with his father's suicide by heading for the outback, catching a freighter from New Zealand to New York, running a nightclub: Stein has plenty to talk about before he gets to fish restaurants in Padstow and becoming a fixture of food TV. His fine autobiography never shies away from that defining tragedy and how it rippled through his life, even revealing his sudden need, last summer, to swim to the Cornish cliffs where his dad died."

    Allan Jenkins and Gareth Grundy, The Observer Food Monthly