All news articles for April 25, 2013

(L-R): F&B consultant John Wood is working with head chef Paul Napper to create new menus at Dormy House's restaurant and bar

John Wood gets on-board with Dormy House re-opening

By Luke Nicholls

Michelin-starred chef John Wood has been appointed as food and beverage consultant at Dormy House ahead of the Cotswolds-based hotel’s re-opening in September, following a £10m refurbishment. 

The FreeFrom Food Awards celebrate excellence in allergy and intolerance-friendly food and drink from manufacturers and foodservice businesses across the country

FreeFrom Food Awards raise awareness of dietary requirements

By Luke Nicholls

In the same month as our Dietary Requirements special feature, the 2013 FreeFrom Food Awards were held in London last week, celebrating excellence in allergy and intolerance-friendly food and drink from manufacturers and foodservice businesses across...

Fat Cat Café Bars entered administration this week

Fat Cat Café Bars calls in the administrators

By Peter Ruddick

Fat Cat Café Bars, which operates 10 bars and gastropubs, has been placed into administration and a property agent has already been instructed to find buyers for six of the chain's sites.

The Sommeliers Bordeaux Grand Cru Black Series is made using non-transparent, lead crystal, and blown into shape using original molds

Riedel launches Black Series Collector's Edition glassware

By Luke Nicholls

Wine glass manufacturer Riedel is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Sommelier range with the release of the ‘Sommeliers Bordeaux Grand Cru’ glass, as part of the Black Series Collector’s Edition.

Prime example: As well as being a vegetarian restaurant, Terre à Terre has taken on the responsibility of catering for other requirements, allergies and intolerances

Dietary requirements: Terre à Terre’s top tips

By Luke Nicholls

In the third part of our Dietary Requirements special feature, BigHospitality takes a trip to Terre à Terre vegetarian restaurant in Brighton, to find out exactly what it’s like running a venue that is not just continuing to push the boundaries in meat-free...

The new-look Imli Street restaurant could be the template for a roll-out of the brand, says Tamarind Collection chief executive Rajesh Suri

Tamarind Collection eyes Imli Street roll-out

By Emma Eversham

Restaurant group Tamarind Collection has outlined its plans for the year ahead, which include rolling out its Indian street food restaurant Imli Street and gaining a Michelin star for company newcomer Zaika.

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