Group urges caution despite 95 per cent revenue growth due to the fragile state of consumer confidence.
Group says that harsh winter weather and the smoking ban have lead to a belief that the companys future lies in the restaurant sector rather than in bars.
Grade II listed building in Liverpool to be redeveloped as hotel and restaurant
Gordon Ramsay, Rick Stein and Tom Aikens get behind an initiative to protect the UK pork industry as consumers continue to switch to cheaper European meat stocked by the leading supermarkets.
Development will go ahead on 175 room hotel in central Edinburgh despite some green issues
Chef patron at Midsummer House, in Cambridge, forced to take action following discussions with local police about animal rights activists desecrating the restaurant at the weekend.
The three-star Belgrave Hotel will become a Premier Inn with 85 bedrooms when it reopens in June as company pledges to invest more than £4million in Torquay Bay.
Living Ventures has revealed plans to rebrand its Est Est Est restaurant chain as Gusto Restaurant and Bar, offering the best elements of the existing operation in an improved bespoke environment.
The impressive Roundhay Mansion in Leeds is offered to the market this week through Christie + Co.
Disgruntled waiter adds interesting item to bill, managing to get his restaurant in all the papers in the process
Company plans to transform around 75 of its 400-plus pubs to new concept called Table Table following an extensive refurbishment programme. The concept is currently being trialled at six pubs.
Wiltshires Lucknam Park is first hotel in West of England to gain Hospitality Assured status
Billionaire property tycoon Robert Tchenguiz is considering putting part of his Laurel Pub Company into administration to facilitate a refinancing of the companys debts.
Plans for a 16-storey hotel in Edinbuirgh have been slammed by protestors who claim the building will destroy the classical view of the Edinburgh skyline.
Animal rights protesters force two-Michelin-star restaurant Midsummer House, in Cambridge, to close after they vandalised it for selling controversial delicacy foie gras.