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The Pilgrm hotel announces restaurant details

24-Jul-2017 - Further details of the food and drink offerings at The Pilgrm, the upcoming London hotel from a former partner in The Zetter Group, have been announced.

Friday Five: The week's top news

21-Jul-2017 - We round-up some of the top stories in hospitality you might have missed this week.

Jean-Georges at The Connaught will offer takeaway pizza

20-Jul-2017 - There’s been plenty written about the rise of gourmet takeaway food in recent years, and now one of London’s luxury hotels is getting in on the act.

Paul Evans joins Mallory Court as head chef

20-Jul-2017 - Paul Evans has joined the three-AA-rosette Mallory Court Country House Hotel and Spa in Warwickshire as head chef.

Ross Stovold joins The Torridon as head chef

13-Jul-2017 - Ross Stovold has returned to Scotland after taking on the head chef job at the three-AA-Rosette Torridon hotel restaurant in the Highlands.

Fast-growing hospitality must reduce 'dependence' on EU workers

03-Jul-2017 - The hospitality industry’s contribution to the UK economy has grown faster than any other sector since the 2008 downturn, but the status of EU staff means its future remains uncertain.

Brasserie Bar Co secures £20m funding towards expansion

28-Jun-2017 - Brasserie Bar Co, the restaurant and pub group run in partnership with Raymond Blanc, is to open 24 sites over the next five years after securing £20m funding from OakNorth bank.

The must-attend on-trade drinks show is back

28-Jun-2017 - Imbibe Live is back for 2017 with a programme of events, tastings and seminars. Discover the latest drinks trends and experience the very best on-trade brands. Get inspired with new ideas for your venue and network with over 12,000 industry professionals on 3 and 4 July at Olympia London.

Finalists revealed for the 2017 Craft Guild of Chefs' Graduate Awards

28-Jun-2017 - Fifteen young chef finalists have been named in the 2017 Craft Guild of Chefs' Graduate Awards, including chefs from Petrus, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, and Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons. 

Friday Five: The week's top news

23-Jun-2017 - We round-up the top stories in hospitality you might haves missed this week:

Immigration plans address uncertain future of EU workers

23-Jun-2017 - Theresa May’s plan to allow three million EU citizens living in the UK to stay after Brexit has been praised as a ‘positive signal’ for UK restaurants, pubs and hotels.

Hospitality criticises ‘disappointing’ Queen’s Speech

22-Jun-2017 - Hospitality trade bodies have given a lukewarm reception to the ‘disappointing’ announcements made in the Queen’s Speech yesterday (21 June).

Applications open for TMRW Project's The Switch

21-Jun-2017 - Applications are now open for The Switch, the nationwide project that sees front-of-house staff swap places of work for up to a week.

Michelin-starred The Yorke Arms up for sale

20-Jun-2017 - The Yorke Arms, the Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms, has been put up for sale.

Raymond Blanc’s Brasserie Blanc to open its first restaurant in a hotel

16-Jun-2017 - Brasserie Blanc, the French-style restaurant group from two Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc, is to open its first site in a hotel, the Marriott Bournemouth Highcliff, on 26 June.

Friday Five: The week's top news

16-Jun-2017 - We round-up some of the top stories in hospitality you might have missed this week.

Chef Wolfgang Puck to open flagship pop-up at 45 Park Lane hotel

15-Jun-2017 - US chef Wolfgang Puck is to open another pop-up of his flagship Californian restaurant Spago, at his restaurant Cut at 45 Park Lane.

Old War Office to be transformed in to luxury restaurants and hotel

14-Jun-2017 - Raffles Hotels & Resorts is to transform the Old War Office building in Whitehall in to a luxury hotel and restaurants.

Hotel Cafe Royal launches new restaurant Papillon

14-Jun-2017 - Hotel Cafe Royal has launched a new all-day British and French restaurant, Papillon.

Is traditional French sauce making set for a comeback?

12-Jun-2017 - Has traditional French sauce making had its day or are gelatinous, old-school sauces poised to make a comeback?

Borough Market launches crowdfunding appeal to support traders

12-Jun-2017 - Borough Market has launched a crowdfunding campaign to support traders and workers struggling with financial losses during its temporary closure.

Michelin star studded Chef Stagiaire Awards 2017 names semi-finalists

09-Jun-2017 - The 10 young semi-finalists in the 2017 Chef Stagiaire Awards have been revealed, including chefs from Lucknam Park, Hampton Manor, and Stoke Park. 

S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2018 announces UK semi-finalists

08-Jun-2017 - The UK and Ireland semi-finalists for the S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2018 have been announced.

BHA boss criticises political 'bidding war' over minimum wage

07-Jun-2017 - The chairman of the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has criticised politicians' plans to raise the minimum wage without considering the impact on businesses.

Borough Market restaurants praise actions of staff

05-Jun-2017 - Restaurants in Borough Market remain closed today following the terrorist attack on Saturday night (3 June).