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The Future of Restaurants Italian chains Pizza Pilgrims Ask Italian Zizzi reopen Coronavirus lockdown UK London

Video: The Future of Restaurants - Part Three

Reduced menus, shorter customer dwell time, increased demand for hygiene and a significant step towards cashless payments and pay-at-table ordering will be some of the outcomes of the Coronavirus pandemic, according to two key players in the casual dining...

Going nuts for quality

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Going nuts for quality

With over 300 days of sunshine, the perfect weather and rich soil of California’s Central Valley provide ideal conditions to grow premium walnuts. California Walnuts are generally lighter in colour with a mild taste and a soft creamy texture. California...

Friday Five: The week's top news

Friday Five: The week's top news

As the Coronavirus crisis continues to dominate the headlines, we round-up some of the main stories regarding how it has affected the hospitality industry in the past week.

Nestle Professional plant-based Downtime Development

Downtime Development: Plant-based

The pandemic has given the trend for plant-based eating a significant boost and as a result Nestlé Professional is offering chefs inspiration with a series of innovative plant-based recipes.

Restaurants reopening social distancing Dishoom D&D London Coronavirus lockdown July rent

The Future of Restaurants – Part Two

In the second of our four-part video series, supported by Arla Pro, D&D London CEO Des Gunewardena and Dishoom co-founder Shaiml Thakrar talk about the major challenges the restaurant industry will face post lockdown.

flash grilled with former Eleven Madison Park chef Matthew Whitfield

Flash-grilled: Matthew Whitfield

Former Eleven Madison Park chef Matthew Whitfield now oversees the stoves at the Terrace restaurant at The Montagu Arms Hotel in Brockenhurst.

Friday Five: The week's top news

Friday Five: The week's top news

As the Coronavirus crisis continues to dominate the headlines, we round-up some of the main stories regarding how it has affected the hospitality industry in the past week.

Deliveroo launches SME support package Coronavirus

Deliveroo launches SME support package

Deliveroo has launched a financial support package to help small and medium-sized restaurants (SME) facing challenges as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Will restaurants, pubs and hotels be open for the summer holidays?

The Lowdown: The Summer Holidays

Domestic holidays could be permitted as early as July as part of the Government's ambitious plans to jump start the tourism sector.

Corporate Governance and Insolvency Bill presented to Parliament Coronavirus

Insolvency bill presented to Parliament

The Government has introduced new insolvency legislation to help prevent struggling companies having to file for bankruptcy because of economic problems caused by the Coronavirus crisis.

Mei Mei Borough Market delivery Elizabeth Haigh

Elizabeth Haigh on going it alone at Mei Mei

Elizabeth Haigh is now back behind the stove at her Borough Market food stall Mei Mei making Singaporean preparations to aid home cooks, including curry pastes and sambal chilli sauce.

Just Eat-Takeaway raises doubts over Deliveroo's CMA evidence

Just Eat-Takeaway raises doubts over Deliveroo's CMA evidence

Just Eat-Takeaway (JETA) has urged the Competitions and Market Authority (CMA) to reconsider its provisional approval of the Amazon and Deliveroo deal as it raises “doubts over the credibility of the exiting firm scenario put forward by Deliveroo.”

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