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Flash-grilled: Luke French

Flash-grilled: Luke French

By James McAllister

The chef behind Jöro in Sheffield, who recently triumphed in the Great British Menu's North East and Yorkshire heat, on childhood memories of eating profiteroles and an unusual dessert-related customer request.

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 Rudy’s Pizza's plans for expansion, Soho House heading to south London and Manchester, and Casa do Frango's first central London site.

Ted Schama: 'Premiums are now almost non existent'

Ted Schama: 'Premiums are now almost non existent'

By James McAllister

The managing director of leisure property agency Shelley Sandzer has said premiums are now 'almost non existent' and the pandemic has given landlords a 'greater understanding' of restaurant business models.

Cubitt House plots 'aggressive plan of growth'

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Cubitt House plots 'aggressive plan of growth'

By James McAllister

London-based pub and hotel group Cubitt House is plotting an 'aggressive plan of growth' with three more openings slated for this year and another three expected in 2023.

Minor International prepares action against Jeremy King

Minor International prepares action against Jeremy King

By BigHospitality

Corbin & King investor Minor International is preparing two further legal cases involving restaurateur Jeremy King, in the latest development in the battle for control over the London-based restaurant group.

Sommelier Sarah Wright on her wine list at The Mulwray in Soho

Uncorked: Sarah Wright

By Joe Lutrario

The head sommelier at The Mulwray on presiding over one of London’s most eclectic lists and why the concept of Old World versus New World wine should be ditched.

How I Got Here with Paul van Zyl owner of The Conduit and Warehouse in London's Covent Garden

How I Got Here: Paul van Zyl

By James McAllister

The owner of The Conduit and Warehouse in London's Covent Garden on working with Archbishop Desmond Tutu as executive secretary of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the need for solidarity and collaboration within hospitality.

Honey & Co restaurant moves to Bloomsbury

Honey & Co moves to Bloomsbury

By Joe Lutrario

Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer have found a new home for their Honey & Co Middle Eastern restaurant on Bloomsbury’s Lamb's Conduit Street.

LOKE integrates with Deliverect

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LOKE integrates with Deliverect

By LOKE and Deliverect

All-in-one personalisation engine LOKE has partnered with integration specialist Deliverect.

Latest job moves in hospitality

People on the move: March 2022

By Joe Lutrario

This month's job moves includes a new executive pastry chef for Nathan Outlaw's restaurant group and a new global COO for German Doner Kebab.

Jamie Oliver scrambles to pull out of Russia

Jamie Oliver scrambles to pull out of Russia

By James McAllister

Jamie Oliver is scrambling to shut his Jamie’s Italian restaurant in Russia as he joins a rush of Western companies suspending operations in the country following its invasion of Ukraine.

Top hospitality news stories International Women's Day, Arcade Food Hall

Friday Five: the week's top news stories

By Joe Lutrario

This week's best-read hospitality stories include chefs and restaurateurs marking International Women's Day and JKS Restaurant's eagerly awaited relaunch of Arcade Food Theatre.

 Michelle Trusselle executive chef at 30 Euston Square

Flash-grilled: Michelle Trusselle

By James McAllister

The executive chef at 30 Euston Square on looking up to Simon Rogan, being dispassionate about asparagus, and her highly-tuned detective skills.

Images: Steven Joyce

Latest opening: Richoux

By James McAllister

Former Moor Hall chefs Jamie Butler and Lewis Spencer have resurrected London’s century-old Richoux brand and reopened the doors of its restaurant in Piccadilly.

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