Friday Five: The week's top news

By Sophie Witts contact

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Friday Five: The week's top news

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We round-up some of the top stories in hospitality you might have missed this week.

- The Sportsman in Kent has taken the top spot at the National Restaurant Awards' list of the 100 best restaurants in the UK for the second year running.

- Borough Market restaurant Arabica Bar & Kitchen has been left with a £50,000 bill after its insurance company refused to pay out after the 3 June terrorist attack closed the area for 10 days.

- Jason Atherton has revealed he will open his Japanese concept Sosharu in Shanghai next year, but said that Brexit has put the brakes on his plans further restaurants.

- MeatLiquor is to close its original London restaurant ahead of the site being demolished to make way for a luxury hotel.

- The hospitality industry, including Marcus Wareing Restaurants, Jamie Oliver and chef Adam Simmonds, have been collecting donations for survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire. 

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

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