Jonathan Downey has instructed restructuring advisor Resolve to liquidate the company that ran his four street food businesses, saying it would be impossible to operate while Coronavirus restrictions are in place.
The game has changed, the economy has changed, and the needs of the population have shifted immeasurably. Catering businesses that understand and support that shift will become vital to their communities during and after this crisis
Almost 70% of mobile catering, festival and street food traders believe their businesses will close permanently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, according to the trade body that represents the sector.
Popular pop up TÁ TÁ Eatery is to end its residency at Tayēr + Elementary in Shoreditch this month, with founders Ana Gonçalves and Zijun Meng looking to take the opportunity to further develop their spin-off katsu sando concept TŌU.
Kalpana Sugendran Sugendran has overcome a number of setbacks to bring the food of Malaysia – in particular the roti canai – to London. Now with a standalone restaurant and two Market Halls locations, and with more in the pipeline, the roti king is on...
From pub pop-up origins, Flank has gone through various iterations since arriving in London. Directors Tom Griffiths and Ben Rowland discuss developing a more commercial edge at the business, while keeping in touch with their founding ethos.
Red Dog Saloon founder Tom Brooke is to open a second site under his modern Indian street food concept Burra Khana, in Liverpool, and also has plans to tweak the offer at Red Dog Soho, BigHospitality’s sister site MCA reports.