Dining trends

Dining trends

We have rounded up insight on the hottest food and beverage trends hitting pubs, restaurants and hotels, as well as the latest analysis of the eating out market. 

Grilled cheese chef? Soho's Melt Room cafe opened in May

Single-item restaurants on the rise in London

By Sophie Witts

While there are already restaurants specialising in grilled cheese, meatballs, chips and cereal, the trend for single-item menus is reportedly still on the rise in London.

Hotel dining isn’t dead, it’s just tricky

Hotel dining isn’t dead, it’s just tricky

By Emma Eversham

Food and beverage (F&B) remains a tricky area for hotels to manage and make profitable, but can work if operators are prepared to give it a greater focus and be flexible in their approach independent hoteliers have agreed.

Pubs to pull 25m more pints for Rugby World Cup

Pubs to pull 25m more pints for Rugby World Cup

By Liam Garrahan

Bartenders could be suffering with sore arms during the Rugby World Cup as they could be pulling an extra 25m pints during the tournament, according to the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).

Andy Oliver of Som Saa

Andy Oliver on Som Saa and the Thai food “revolution”

By Liam Garrahan

Andy Oliver and Mark Dobbie of Som Saa, a popular Thai cuisine pop-up operating in London, have overreached their crowdfunding target and are ready to move the restaurant to a permanent location within the capital.

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