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Le Caprice reopens as training academy

By James McAllister

Iconic London restaurant Le Caprice has reopened as a training academy in response to the worsening staff shortage hitting the hospitality sector.

Tim Hughes, chef-director at Caprice Holdings

Tim Hughes: Pearls of Wisdom

By Stefan Chomka

The chef-director at Caprice Holdings oversees the food at some of London's most prestigious restaurants, including Le Caprice, The Ivy and Scott's. He has just written his first cookbook, J Sheekey Fish. 

Russell Norman, owner of Polpo, is planning more restaurants for London next year

Russell Norman: Pearls of Wisdom

By Stefan Chomka

The former ops director of Caprice Holdings turned London restaurateur recently opened a third Polpo, his take on a Venetian bàcaro. Plans are under way for three central London sites, in Soho, theatreland and by the river, as well as a new incarnation...

Mark Hix, founding director of Restaurants Etc

Pearls of Wisdom: Mark Hix

By Joe Lutrario

After working for Caprice Holdings for 17 years, Mark Hix left his job as chef director in 2008. He now operates four Hix restaurants in London and Dorset, and is director of food at Rocco Forte’s Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair

Business profile: Richard Caring

Business profile: Richard Caring

By Ben Shipton

Richard Caring has announced expansion plans in 22 countries. And involvement with a Brighton greengrocer. Whats going on?


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