Anthony Demetre and Will Smith, the duo behind Michelin-starred London Soho restaurant Arbutus, are to launch a new bar named Les Couilles du Chien (French for 'the dog’s bollocks').
Clare Smyth is to move on from her role as chef/proprietor of Restaurant Gordon Ramsay to launch her own London venture, with Ramsay's backing.
A levy proposed by the government in a bid to encourage training investment could actually lower apprenticeship quality and damage other forms of training, employers said today.
Plas Bodegroes, the award-winning North Wales restaurant and country house on the Llyn Peninsula, has been put up for sale seeking offers of around £1.5m.
The 453-bedroom InterContinental London – the O2, which is due to open before the end of the year, has announced details of its five restaurants.
The Turtle Bay restaurant group has pulled a “racist” advertising campaign and apologised after critics condemned it as racist and mocking of Rastafarianism.
Luxuryrestaurantguide.com has launched a new instant recognition and confirmation service that does away with the need to present a membership card when dining.
The free business breakfast hosted by The Caterer at the Lanesborough hotel on 8 October, will tackle the major HR issues that hospitality business managers face
Swirls opened in Leamington last month, offering 20 varieties of authentic gelato ice-cream, four kinds of sorbet lollies and a range of gelato cakes, all handmade on the recently refurbished premises.
The Cereal Killer café in London’s Shoreditch has defended its position after coming under attack from protesters against “gentrification” on Saturday night.
Basque-style restaurant Lurra opened on Seymour Place in London’s Marylebone earlier this month, inspired by the charcoal and wood grills, or ‘erretegias’, found throughout the Basque country.
MasterChef: The Professionals judge Monica Galetti has revealed she is a step closer to opening her own restaurant in London having secured backing from Alastair Storey of WSH.
Michelin-starred restaurant the Raby Hunt in Darlington is to scrap weekday lunch services from October in an attempt to improve staff quality of life and creativity among its chefs.