All news articles for October 2017

The Good Egg

Restaurant Radar: November 2017

By Sophie Witts & Joe Lutrario

From the expansion of Tom Kerridge's Marlow empire to one of the world's most celebrated Indian restaurants coming to London, we round-up the openings to watch this month.

Yorkshire Meatball Co ceases trading

Yorkshire Meatball Co ceases trading

By Finn Scott-Delaney & Sophie Witts

The Yorkshire Meatball Co, which closed it sole restaurant in Harrogate in October 2016, has ceased trading after its meatball range was delisted by Morrisons.

Roux Scholarship 2018 opens for entries

Could you be the 2018 Roux Scholar?

By Sophie Witts

The Roux family have launched their search for the 35th Roux Scholar, with three female chefs joining the 2018 judging team.

Friday Five: The week's top news

Friday Five: The week's top news

By Sophie Witts

Is Gordon Ramsay a bad ambassador for the industry? And has the UK lost its taste for gourmet burgers? We round-up the top hospitality stories of the week.

Dragon Inn Club Pimlico Latest Opening

Latest opening: Dragon Inn Club

By Joe Lutrario

The Hong Kong-born restaurateur behind well-known north London Cantonese Jun Ming has opened an upmarket Sichuanese restaurant in Pimlico on the former site of Loong Men Ze Khan.

The Lowdown: Posh pasties

The Lowdown: Posh Pasties

By Georgia Bronte

Ginsters has teamed up with a Michelin chef to collaborate on a range of Cornish pastries.

Latest opening: The Coal Shed

Latest opening: The Coal Shed

By Stefan Chomka

Brighton meat and fish restaurant The Coal Shed has opened a sister restaurant, just by London's Tower Bridge

Neil Rankin hits out at Ramsay’s cocaine comments

Neil Rankin hits out at Ramsay’s cocaine comments

By Georgia Bronte

Following the airing of ITV’s Gordon Ramsay On Cocaine, Temper owner Neil Rankin took to Facebook to call Ramsay a “terrible f--king ambassador for our industry”. His post garnered support by way of over 2,000 likes from chefs, industry heads and customers.

Gary Foulkes' crab gratin is comfort food par excellence

Chef Masterclass: Gary Foulkes' hollandaise

By Bill Knott

You might think, given the names of some of the sauces in the classic répertoire de la cuisine, that the French admired and borrowed many of their ideas from other nations.

Ten top marketing tips for independent restuarants

Ten top tips for indie marketing

By James Lewis

James Lewis, creative development and marketing director at Gauthier Soho, Tartufo and Gauthier Wines, shares his tips on how independent restaurants can make themselves heard in an increasingly competitive market.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By Sophie Witts

From the return of Roganic to the future of Bruno Loubet's former Grain Store site, we round-up the top hospitality stories you might have missed this week.

Tommi's Burger Joint Oxford

Tommi's Burger Joint heading to Oxford

By Sophie Witts

Icelandic restaurateur Tomas Tomasson is to open his first UK Tommi's Burger Joint outside London after securing a site in Oxford.

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