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Podcast: sustainability and health key trends for 2021 restaurant food

Sponsored by Arla Foodservice

Podcast: sustainability and health key trends for 2021

By BigHospitality

Sustainability and a focus on animal welfare as well as health will drive customer choices when eating out this year, according to predictions from Arla Foods.

Martin Williams Gaucho and M Restaurants CEO delivery

Rare Restaurants to ramp up hot food delivery with virtual brands

By Joe Lutrario

Rare Restaurants is planning to expand its hot food delivery service by increasing the reach of its existing Gaucho and M Restaurants-branded offerings as well as introducing a number of virtual brands that aren't attributed to its existing restaurants....

Ranjit Mathrani co-owner MW-Eat Chutney Mary, Amaya, Masala Zone

Ranjit Mathrani on re-opening MW-Eat

By Joe Lutrario

MW-Eat chairman and co-owner Ranjit Mathrani is planning to open the whole of his 10-strong estate of London Indian restaurants on 4 July.

Tom Kitchin chef restaurant reopenings Edinburgh Scotland

Tom Kitchin on the plight of Scottish hospitality

By Joe Lutrario

Edinburgh-based chef restaurateur Tom Kitchin says he is deeply concerned about the Scottish hospitality industry, which is expected to re-open for eat-in no early than August.

Tommy Banks on reopening Black Swan and Roots restaurants

Tommy Banks on adapting to life after lockdown

By Stefan Chomka

Chef Tommy Banks says that his two restaurants will have to adapt to a post-lockdown word but that he wouldn’t be cutting prices in an attempt to attract people back to his venues.

Mei Mei Borough Market delivery Elizabeth Haigh

Elizabeth Haigh on going it alone at Mei Mei

By Joe Lutrario

Elizabeth Haigh is now back behind the stove at her Borough Market food stall Mei Mei making Singaporean preparations to aid home cooks, including curry pastes and sambal chilli sauce.

Podcast: how Creams has continued to operate during the Coronavirus lockdown

United we stand

Podcast: how Creams has continued to operate during the lockdown

By James McAllister

Creams commercial and operations director Elton Gray has spoken about how the dessert-focused chain has maintained a portion of its operation throughout the Coronavirus shutdown, and is even preparing to open new sites this summer.

Brad Carter chef at Carters of Moseley restaurant Birmingham on meal boxes

Brad Carter: "I don't like to just roll over"

By Joe Lutrario

Birmingham restaurant Carter's of Moseley is now producing up to 140 high-end meal boxes per week for delivery locally and will soon take the service nationwide.

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