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  1. Dec 12, 2016 · In honor of Gills refined take-downs, here’s a roundup of some of his most scathing reviews that savage the most heinous crimes against food and dining. 66 (New York City) Gill dropped by ...

  2. Adrian Anthony Gill (28 June 1954 – 10 December 2016) was a Scottish journalist, critic, and author. Best known for his food and travel writing, he was also a television critic, was restaurant reviewer of The Sunday Times, wrote for Vanity Fair, GQ, and Esquire, and published numerous books.

  3. Oct 14, 2022 · A.A. Gill was a revered voice in journalism and food, and his 2016 death devastated fans and readers across the world. Here's more on his life and legacy.

  4. Dec 12, 2016 · He conceded that it was tactless for a food critic to cover a famine, but he did it anyway, covering the hell of Bar al Ghazal in Southern Sudan with memorable pity and rage.

  5. Oct 29, 2022 · British food writer A.A. Gill was a formidable force in restaurant critiquing. The Scottish-born writer was a titan figure within the pages of the Sunday Times newspaper, writing restaurant reviews from 1993 until his death aged 62 in 2016, explains The New York Times.

  6. Nov 11, 2015 · Famed restaurant reviewer A.A. Gill turns the critiquing tables, brazenly musing on his own life – missing brother, failed marriages and what it's like to be a drunk – rather than the elements on a plate.

  7. Dec 10, 2016 · A.A. Gill, a food and culture writer whose wit and unsparing critical eye made him a favorite of readers on both sides of the Atlantic, died Saturday of cancer at age 62. Sunday Times editor...

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