The Back to the Floor dinner – in which industry leaders rolled up their sleeves and tested their service skills – raised £53,000 for those in need in the hospitality sector.
Hrishikesh Desai, 2010 Roux Scholar and 2010 National Chef of the Year, has been named executive chef of the four-star Glipin hotel and Lake House in Cumbria after winning a BBC Two TV show.
According to a recent survey by Beacon Purchasing, 40 days ahead of the election, the £46b hospitality industry has made a reduction in tourism VAT the number one priority for the next government.
Luxury hotel and leisure operator Belmond has received recognition from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) for its restaurants across the world.
Chef Sat Bains' attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the highest-ever formal dinner party has ended after he descended from Mount Everest base camp on medical advice.
The Market, one of Manchester’s oldest restaurants, has closed its doors after 34 years in operation, as a result of increased running costs and a “fickle” food scene.
More details have been revealed about Nosh & Quaff, the new Birmingham venture from Great British Menu winner chef Aktar Islam and Lasan Group business partner Jabbar Khan.
Nearly 200 guests were welcomed by Sophie, Countess of Wessex to St James’s Palace last night to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Craft Guild of Chefs.
Hospitality and leisure operators could be missing out on a £16b bonanza by underestimating the spending power of the over 65s age group, according to new research from Barclays Corporate Banking.
The Royal Academy of Culinary Arts has revealed the names of the 47 candidates in three categories that have made it through to the finals of its Annual Awards of Excellence (AAE) 2015.
With the General Election just days away, David Harris takes an in-depth look at what the parties are offering hospitality businesses, while The Caterer asks operators and suppliers what they’d like to see from the next government
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