Novelist, Columnist, Broadcaster and Restaurant Critic for The Guardian.
Grace Dent is a journalist, food critic, broadcaster and author.
As a columnist Grace has written weekly columns for The Independent - a weekly opinion-editorial column and Grace Dent on Television, and had a restaurant column, Grace & Flavour, in the London Evening Standard every Friday for seven years until she took on the revered role of restaurant critic for The Guardian, for which she won the Guild of Food Writers' Food Writing Award 2019.
On screen Grace is perhaps best known as a regular guest and critic on MasterChefand MasterChef: The Professionals. She has also appeared on Have I Got News For You, BBC2's The Review Show, The Culture Show, Delete Delete Delete, Very British Problems, The Apprentice, and Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe. She has also fronted a range of programmes from presenting ON Romance to What We Were Watching and interviewing Game of Thrones author George RR Martin for a one off special of Thronecast.
Her work extends to radio broadcasting and 2019 saw Grace sit in for Vanessa Feltz on BBC Radio 2 and present the morning show over the Christmas period. Her latest radio project sees Grace presenting TheUntoldon BBC Radio 4 which has been nominated for an ARIA twice.
Grace has written eleven novels for teenagers. Grace's Diary of a Snob novels about the schoolgirl Poppet Montague Jones were acquired by Nickelodeon. Grace's first non-fiction title was How To Leave Twitter (My Time as Queen of the Universe and Why This Must Stop).
In 2020, HarperCollins will publish Grace's memoir Hungry, a book for people who love to eat and love to laugh.