Frankie’s Burgers to double up

Frankie’s Burgers to double up

By Helen Salter

Northern-based Frankie’s Burgers is doubling its presence with the opening of a second restaurant, in Blackburn.

A bite of the Big Apple: Hawksmoor is on its way in 2017

Brits abroad: Restaurant groups eye US expansion

By Stefan Chomka

The US could experience an influx of British operators on its shores in the next few years with a number of restaurant groups looking at opportunities across The Pond.

It's tipped to be the next big thing in the UK, but can Korean food really break into the mainstream?

Korean food: is it ready to go mainstream?

By Joe Lutrario

Commentators have been talking about the ascension of Korean food for years, but is one of Asia’s greatest cuisines really poised to go mainstream?

US beef makes its way to UK tables

US beef makes its way to UK tables

By Melodie Michel

The UK is has proved one of the toughest markets to crack for US beef, but restaurateurs are now showing more and more interest, according to the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF).

Hotels must get better at 'remembering' guests personal preferences, said IHG

Hotels must get personal, says new IHG report

By Carina Perkins

Hotels must focus on offering a personalised service to guests if they want to secure loyal customers in the future, according to a new report from the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG).

Iqbal Wahhab wantes to launch a new American restaurant concept in London

Wahhab puts Moolis on hold, plans new US concept

By Luke Nicholls

Iqbal Wahhab, the businessman behind successful London restaurants Cinnamon Club and Roast, has put his Indian streetfood concept Moolis on the backburner while he looks to launch a new American concept in the capital.