All news articles for October 15, 2012

The 50-cover restaurant and bar will officially open on 23 October

Gladwin brothers launch The Shed restaurant & bar

By Luke Nicholls

Three brothers - a farmer, chef and restaurateur – have brought their skills together to open The Shed, a new restaurant and bar in Notting Hill with an emphasis on seasonal British produce.

The Gram Green Paper reviews the UK foodservice industry’s attitude and behaviour towards a greener and more environmentally responsible future

Green Paper 2012: How sustainable is the UK hospitality industry?

By Luke Nicholls

The 2012 Gram Green Paper – a study into the hospitality industry’s attitudes towards sustainability – has been released, providing a comprehensive review of the sustainable attitudes and behaviours within the hotel, restaurant and pub sectors. 

The Gaggle of Geese in Dorset was sold after a surge of interest generated by a slot on BBC's Escape to the Country

Four pubs sold in a fortnight, defying national trends

By Luke Nicholls

A clutch of pubs across the South West have been sold in the space of just two weeks, defying gloomy national pub sale forecasts and giving sector specialists Colliers International its busiest month since 2008.

The Phoenix Inn - a Punch Taverns pub - has won the title of Best British Roast Dinner

Hampshire pub serves best roast dinner in Britain

By Luke Nicholls

The Phoenix Inn in Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, has won the 'Best British Roast Dinner accolade after a mystery diner expert scored its roast dinner with all the trimmings the best in Britain.

Shamil Thakrar. Photo: Rob Lawson

Business Profile: Dishoom

By William Drew

With a second instalment of its take on India’s traditional café-restaurants about to open, Dishoom is successfully carving its own niche in the UK’s all-day dining space.


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