The top 5 stories in hospitality this week 30/05 - 03/06

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The top 5 stories in hospitality this week 30/05 - 03/06

Related tags: Chef, Culinary art

What were some of the top stories in hospitality this week? Here's our pick.
  • Burger & Lobster has ended its 'no-menu' policy after receiving over 1,000 emails from customers asking what it serves.​ The restaurant group - which offers a burger, a lobster, and a lobster roll for £20 each - is 'keeping it simple' but offering more flexibility in size and price.
  • JD Wetherspoon has launched a range of pro-Brexit beer mats​ in its pubs comparing the morals of the International Monetary Fund - which backs Remain - to FIFA. A spokesperson for the pub group denied a Leave vote would cause issues for the hospitality industry, but said it was about the 'UK deciding for itself'.
  • Chris and Jeff Galvin have taken the top prize at this year's Craft Guild of Chefs Awards in London.​ The Michelin-starred brothers received the Special Award at a ceremony recognising the greatest culinary talent across the hospitality industry.
  • Carluccio's is adding pizza to its menu for the first time with the launch of its 'new generation' of restaurants.​ The revamped venues include an open kitchen and retail area as part of a push to help the 112-strong group stand out from the wealth of Italian chains on the high street.

For a full rundown of this week's news, click here.

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