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The latest news and interviews from the movers and shakers in the industry, including appointments, promotions, insights and achievements.

ROVI Sami Tamimi

Sami Tamimi on ROVI, 'waste' ingredients and Ottolenghi

By Joe Lutrario

Chef restaurateurs Sami Tamimi and Yotam Ottolenghi opened their first restaurant in six years late last month. Located in Fitzrovia, ROVI serves a vegetable-centric menu that explores fermentation and cooking over fire.

The Weekender Interview: Dhruv Mittal

The Weekender Interview: Dhruv Mittal

By Georgia Bronte

The Cordon Bleu-trained DUM Biryani chef patron on saffron old fashioneds, clicking at waiters, and why toddlers shouldn't listen to T-Pain.

Michael Ellis in 2016 (centre in suit)

People on the move: June 2018

By Sophie Witts

Last month saw changes at the top at Michelin and in the kitchens of starred restaurants across the UK.

Tackling food waste through bin tech

Guest technology editor

Tackling food waste through bin tech

By Eloise Sheppard

Restaurants throw away up to a fifth of the ingredients they buy. But clever tech is helping chefs become more aware of what they discard, which is good news for both the environment and the bottom line.

Will Bowlby Kricket

The Weekender Interview: Will Bowlby

By Joe Lutrario

Will Bowlby is the co-founder of two (soon to be three) strong modern Indian restaurant group Kricket. His cooking CV includes Le Café Anglais and the Cinnamon Kitchen.

Peter Gordon Providores

The Weekender Interview: Peter Gordon

By Joe Lutrario

Oft dubbed the 'godfather of fusion cooking', New Zealand-born Peter Gordon arrived in the UK in 1989 and made his name at The Sugar Club in Notting Hill. His current portfolio includes the Providores and Tapa Room in London and The Sugar Club...

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