While London restaurants remain shuttered, we’ve rounded up 10 new openings we’re looking forward to this year, from seafood sanctum Manzi’s to the Batman-themed Park Row.
Biden their time: Belgian bar lifts boycott on American whiskey
A Belgian bar that made headlines worldwide after boycotting American whiskey and Coca-Cola has announced that it will lift the ban now Donald Trump is no longer president.
HK cocktail bars offer lunch amid fourth pandemic wave
With bars across Hong Kong closed due to the current Covid-19 restrictions in the territory, some cocktail bars have started serving food instead.
How a Hospitality Minister would help the on-trade
With the on-trade one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, Isabelle Gray talks to UK restaurant owners and chefs to find out how a Hospitality Minister would help their businesses.
Coravin introduces new Pivot system
Innovative wine preservation system Coravin has introduced a new series to its range named Pivot, designed to be an easy solution for “casual wine enthusiasts” to preserve their everyday wine for up to four weeks.
MPs vote in favour of motion to create Hospitality Minister
MPs have voted in favour of a motion to create a Minister for Hospitality after the ‘Seat At The Table’ petition, founded by journalist Claire Bosi, gained over 200,000 signatures.
The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2021 debuts Green Star
The Michelin Guide Hong Kong/Macau 2021 has announced it will now include a new distinction, the Michelin Green Star, to highlight restaurants’ sustainability efforts.
Culinary world pays tribute to Albert Roux
Tributes have been pouring in from the culinary world for chef and restaurateur Albert Roux, who helped introduce the UK to French fine dining, who has died aged 85.
Glasgow pub team recreates East 17 music video
The bartending team at The Gate pub in Glasgow’s East End Quarter have recreated East 17’s Christmas hit Stay Another Day to help promote their new range of bottled cocktails.
London restaurateurs react to tier three ruling
After only two weeks of trading since the last lockdown, hospitality businesses across London have been forced to close yet again, with just over 24 hours’ notice. Eloise Feilden speaks to four restaurateurs in the UK capital to find out what being moved into tier three will mean for their businesses.
Top London restaurants offering delivery
With London restaurants shuttered again following the capital’s move into tier three, we’ve rounded up some of the best delivery offerings to sink your teeth into over the holidays.
Merlin Labron-Johnson to open French-inspired wine bar
Merlin Labron-Johnson, the former head chef of Portland in Marylebone, is to open a wine bar and deli in Bruton, Somerset, next to his farm-to-table restaurant, Osip.