Nick Warren

The record you put on in the morning to start the day with a smile…
‘Mi Swing Es Tropical’ – Quantic & Nickodemus

The perfect breakfast would be…
Avocado on toast or Devilled Kidneys

The most unusual thing I have ever eaten…
Duck Tongue in China. Not good at all.


A piece of food you just can’t stomach?

The dish that reminds me of my childhood…
BBQ Mackerel on the beach, we lived on Chesil Beach as kids, very idyllic…


Who taught you to cook?
Self taught really and am obsessed with cookery books. My advice is to follow recipes as they have not been put together by chance

Your 3 favourite restaurants in Bristol are…
Dain Korea – amazing and very affordable Korean food
Pony & Trap – not in Bristol but close, very cool pub food’
Raj Bari – interesting decor in this Bristol Indian restaurant but damned fine curries

Your favourite restaurant in Asia?
Iggys in Singapore – an incredible gastronomic journey every time we eat there


You love playing festivals!! What is the worst thing you have ever eaten at one…?
Last week at Glastonbury, a Crab and sweetcorn bun thing. Toasted and tasted like a burnt slipper with crab in it


A DJ that has surprised you with their cooking skills…what did they cook?
Hernan Cattaneo’s Argentinian BBQ’s are sublime!


Your guilty pleasure food. You know you shouldn’t but you always do…
Duck fat roast potatoes – mmmmm

What is your signature dish?
“I am a huge fan of game, so possibly my pot roast of Partridge and Woodcock

If you could have a master-class with a celebrity chef, who’d you pick and why?
I would choose Francis Mallmann, the king of Argentinian meat cooking


When I am a DJing extended sets I usually call out for…
A Pizza after I finish, a habit that Guy J and Hernan got me into

Dead or alive – 5 people from history/celebrities you would invite around for dinner…
Kenneth Williams, Hugh Falkus, Billy Connolly, Elizabeth Taylor and Amy Winehouse

A dish you have yet to master…
Sushi, always too much rice on my rolls

The country you love returning to, to sample their cuisine the most…
Argentina. Everything in one country I love, the meat and the whole attitude to eating with friends is perfect. Also Greece has amazing cuisine

You love Ibiza too…
Always a joy to return, more and more it’s away from the towns I enjoy most these days. The growth in Agro Turismo has meant some amazing places to eat good wholesome fresh food

My favourite restaurant on the island…
Giri Cafe, St Juan. Lovely food tucked away in the north of the island

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The best sunset spot for a cold drink…
Benirras beach is always a lovely spot to watch the sun go down

An album you love driving around the island listening to…
Psychemagik presents Magik Sunset

The best Ibiza picnic beach
Cala Xuclar


When you think of Ibiza and food you think of…
A different choice every day, perfection

The best paella is at…
Atzaro/Atzaro Beach


A perfect 24 hours in Ibiza would be…
Easy breakfast by the pool, long lunch at the Fish Shack, followed by a swim in the sea, siesta then to Beachouse to see friends and a boogie, pop in to a couple of clubs to say hi and then to bed for a proper sleep. Perfect

A record that always reminds you of Ibiza…
Jose Padilla ‘Adios Ayer’