All news articles for July 2019

Halal Guys QSR restaurant see sales drop following UberEats delisting

Halal Guys see sales drop following UberEats delisting

By James McAllister

Sales at US-founded fast casual chain The Halal Guys’ first UK site have been hit by 20% after it was delisted by UberEats because it has yet to receive a food hygiene rating from Westminster Council.

How I Got Here with Razak Helalat who runs The Salt Room and The Coal Shed restaurants in Brighton and London

How I Got Here: Raz Helalat

By James McAllister

Razak Helalat runs The Salt Room and The Coal Shed in Brighton and a further The Coal Shed at London’s One Tower Bridge development. This weekend the latter will launch a 60s-style Surf 'n’ Turf brunch menu featuring Himalayan salt-aged sirloin and...

Butcher and the Farmer farm to table restaurant concept to make European debut

Butcher and the Farmer to make European debut

By James McAllister

Australian-founded ‘farm to table’ concept Butcher and the Farmer is to make its European debut at the ICON Outlet shopping centre at London’s The O2 in September.

Tony Naylor ambitious chefs vs ingrate guests

Ambitious chefs vs ingrate guests

By Tony Naylor

Prue Leith is the latest influential foodie to lay into modernist chefs. Is it time to show these pioneers more respect?

Flash-grilled Paul Welburn

Flash-grilled: Paul Welburn

By James McAllister

Paul Welburn, who has worked under Andrew Pern, Brian Hughson and Richard Corrigan during his career, is executive chef at the Michelin-starred Oxford Kitchen in Oxfordshire.

Waka to open second restaurant

Waka to open second restaurant

By James McAllister

Peruvian-Japanese fusion concept Waka is to open a second restaurant towards the end of next month on Houndsditch street in the City of London.

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