All news articles for July 2021

Fatto a Mano pizza Brighton to double up in London Boxpark Shoreditch

Fatto a Mano to double up in London

By James McAllister

Brighton & Hove-based restaurant group Fatto a Mano is to launch its second Boxpark location in London's Shoreditch.

Adam Handling Chelsea restaurant to close

Adam Handling Chelsea to close

By Joe Lutrario

Adam Handling will close his fine dining restaurant at Chelsea’s Cadogan Hotel in October after reaching a ‘mutual agreement’ with the Belmond-owned property.

Photo credit: Ewan Munro (via Flickr)

Le Caprice reopens as training academy

By James McAllister

Iconic London restaurant Le Caprice has reopened as a training academy in response to the worsening staff shortage hitting the hospitality sector.

Flash-grilled: Daniel Calvert British chef who recently launched his new restaurant Sézanne at the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

Flash-grilled: Daniel Calvert

By James McAllister

The British chef, who recently launched his new restaurant Sézanne at the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, on the industry figure he most admires, and the worst review he's ever had.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By James McAllister

This week's main hospitality news stories include the Government announcing plans for compulsory vaccine certificates, optimism for the managed sector as sales near 2019 levels, and Hawksmoor mulling an IPO.

Sunday in Brooklyn opens in London's Notting Hill

Latest opening: Sunday in Brooklyn

By James McAllister

New York restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn has journeyed across the pond to set up shop in London's leafy Notting Hill.

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