Trends & Reports

Trends & Reports

Analysis of all the latest consumer trends and industry reports to help you operate your business more effectively.

Time Out Market

The Lowdown: food markets

By Stefan Chomka

The opening of Arcade Food Theatre in London’s Centre Point is the latest development in the runaway train that is the food market movement

Plant-based tuna makes its European debut in London

The Lowdown: plant-based 'seafood'

By James McAllister

A plant-based alternative to raw tuna, which up to now has only been available in the US, is to make its European debut at the Harro Food’s Japan Show at Hyper Japan this weekend.

The Chef's Brigade

The Lowdown: The Chef's Brigade

By James McAllister

A new competitive cooking show, which airs on BBC Two later this summer, will see chef Jason Atherton mentor a brigade of ambitious chefs in a bid to transform their careers.

Aizle Edinburgh restaurant feels benefit of four-day week

Can a restaurant survive moving to a four-day week?

By Sophie Witts

In 2018 Stuart Ralston switched his Edinburgh restaurant Aizle from a five to a four-day week after struggling with long working hours. One year on we caught up with the chef to find out how the changes have worked out.

The WalkIn app launch restaurant queues

The Lowdown: the WalkIn app

By James McAllister

A new app promises users that they’ll never have to stand in line for a restaurant again, by enabling them to join the queue from their phones.

Video: Unlocking seafood’s potential

Video: Unlocking seafood’s potential

By BigHospitality

Restaurant magazine teamed up with Seafood from Norway earlier this month to host a seafood focused workshop, discussion and lunch at Frog by Adam Handling in Covent Garden.

Salt Bae to finally open debut London restaurant in Knightsbridge

The Lowdown: Salt Bae (again)

By James McAllister

It has been reported that Turkish chef/restaurateur Nusret Gökçe (aka: Salt Bae) is to finally open his debut London restaurant in Knightsbridge this December.

The soft parade: 8 non-alcoholic drinks for summer

The soft parade: 8 non-alcoholic drinks for summer

By Restaurant magazine

With more and more customers choosing to lay off the hard stuff, the market for grown-up non-alcoholic drinks continues to expand. Here are some of the latest launches.


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