All news articles for January 07, 2015

Wahaca's spoon amnesty is one of the more innovative promotions being run by restaurants this January in a bid to drive sales

Restaurants get innovative to drive January sales

By Patrick McGuigan

Restaurants across the country are launching increasingly innovative promotions to beat the post-Christmas slump and attract customers during the traditionally quiet month of January.

Cut Tourism VAT is putting renewed pressure on the Government to lower VAT to 5 per cent for the tourism industry

Refreshed calls to cut VAT now tourism is 'important export industry'

By Emma Eversham

Cut Tourism VAT, the campaign set up to put pressure on the Government to lower the VAT rate for tourism and hospitality businesses in the UK to 5 per cent, is calling for politicians to think again about changing the rate now tourism has been dubbed...

Porcelain is predicted to make a come-back this year as chefs do away with novelty tableware

Restaurant trends for 2015

By Stefan Chomka & Joe Lutrario

Fast fine food, shawarma with drama, rotisseried vegetables and the return of the plate: Restaurant magazine predicts what’s on the menu for 2015.

Lobster Kitchen is part of a new breed of lobster shacks

Lobster to feature on more menus in 2015

By Stefan Chomka

Lobster will become much more commonplace, and be available at a lower price in 2015 as the premium seafood becomes increasingly popular across London and the UK.

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