About the quiet eater and contact

Who are you?

The quiet eater is a pseudonym for me.  I thought of trying to make it sound more enigmatic than that but (as with many things in my life) I failed.


Why should I keep reading?

Despite this lapse in constructing a clever introduction, some people seem to appreciate my other talents.



Through recognition by visionary people, I am a multi-award winning photographer (being featured in the Telegraph, Sunday Times, Daily Mirror, Audley Travel, Sony World Photography Awards, Hurtigruten Expeditions and Pangolin Photo Safaris) and all the photos of this website belong to me.  My written consent is required for digital or hard copy reproductions, although if you credit me for non-commercial use I’ll let that slide.


Food reviews

This blog has also gathered accolades for its restaurant reviews by food critic websites (Zomato, Bookatable and SquareMeal).




I am also a published author of an autobiography, which details my exciting life, under the imprint Routledge.


Solicited reviews

It also seems that I am unintentionally gaining something of a reputation in the food related industry and people now seem to solicit my attendance, which is puzzling given that others seem to actively avoid me at times.  Although the pleasure of my company may be sought, I do not allow invitations to influence my posts, a disclaimer will also follow at the bottom of the relevant review.   For examples please click here, here or here.  I would rather eat my hat then give a delusory report.  Which would be amusing but difficult given my hat’s size.


I want to provide some unsolicited commentary, how do I contact you?

Should you have any comments, queries (constructive abuse only please) or seek my presence, email chris@quieteating.com.

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From Japan, some individuals waiting to give constructive criticism.  The one on the left wasn’t so enthralled with my photo taking skills.  Maybe I should have just waved a banana around instead of my camera.

Alternatively, you could just fly away if this is a bit too much verbiage.

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