Just in time for International Women's Day, CODE - who cover all aspects of the hospitality industry - have unveiled their list of the 100 Most Influential Women in UK Hospitality.
And it's quite a list - featuring the very best of chefs, restaurateurs, wine and drink folk, influencers, leaders, front of house, marketing, media and more. And we're all very proud of our own Catherine Hanly, editor
We told you all about our favourite places to eat in 2017 and then we asked you to let us know what your favourite new restaurant of 2017 was. And you didn't disappoint us. Now the votes have been tallied and we have a winner....
2017 may have been an annus horriblis for the world in general, but as far as the London restaurant scene is concerned it was quite a different story. We pick out the restaurants where we had the most memorable meals in over the course of 2017
We've told you what we thought of 2017's restaurants, now it's your turn. Tell us what is your favourite restaurant of 2017 - and you could win a prize into the bargain...
CODE’s list of London’s most inspirational hospitality staff in the UK under 30 has just been released for 2018, and boy are things ever looking promising for the capital’s restaurant scene.
The ranking is based on “young individuals who have offered a notable contribution in redefining hospitality across the UK throughout 2017” and is packed with bright young things who
Of all the restaurant awards in town, The Tatler awards are among the hardest to predict - veering away from the usual suspects while still delivering gongs to much-deserved spots. And this year's list is no exception with a well-earned Test of Time award for Rochelle Canteen as well as the top prize to 108 Garage. Who will be very pleased, given the imminent launch of
It's the time of year again when the Evening Standard reveals its 1000 most influential people in London - the Progress 1000. And in addition to a truly deserved top 12 of every day London heroes, it's also time to reveal the top "Tastemakers"
It's fair to say there are a lot of restaurant awards throughout the year - with stars, rosettes and more given out all over the place. But if there's one that we always look forward to all year long, it's the Observer Food Monthly Awards (they really do know how to throw a good bash). Last night's festivities were presided over by the paper's restaurant critic Jay Rayner and Nigella Lawson who described the event as "extraordinary...I loathe the word
The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards may be the only awards list of the year where you'll find a Nando's sitting alongside popups like Coppa Club or high end London restaurants like Eneko at One Aldwych.
The annual awards recognises the best design in the hospitality sector, covering everything from hotel restaurants to pubs. On the judging committee are a few London food folk including chef James Lowe, Richard Corrigan and restaurateurs Trevor Gulliver from
The results are in! Here are all the details about London's new Michelin stars for restaurants in 2018.
So another Michelin Guide announcement ceremony has come and gone. And it's clear that the huge news is that the UK (and London) has a new three star restaurant. It's been seven years since we last got one when Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester was awarded the full complement. But now The Araki in Mayfair has joined that rareified group.
The UK now has five restaurants with three stars - three of which are in London.
The awards turned properly emotional when
Ahead of the announcement of newly Michelin-starred restaurants on Monday, the Michelin Guide has been busy today announcing new Bib Gourmands on Twitter.
We think they've finished announcing the new Bibs for London restaurants. And if so, the list is somewhat shorter than last year - 10 compared to the 15 new Bibs last year. But it's a good list,
The annual AA 2017 Hospitality Awards took place last night and several folk in London had reason to be very pleased with themselves indeed.
The ceremony named a number of new five and four rosette restaurants around the country. London didn't get any new 5-rosette spots, but two restaurants, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and East London's The Typing Room were awarded four meaning their cooking “demands national recognition”.
The evening celebrated the best of
To the YBFs last night, where the cream of British foodie talent crammed into the ornate surroundings of Two Temple Place to celebrate our food and drink industry. Eleven awards were announced in total, covering everything from food sharing on social media to street food.
After the ceremony, everyone piled out to work their way through a mini Harrods food hall set up in the one of the rooms followed by a selection of
Over the past few weeks, you may have seen the hashtag #MyLondonDish on Instagram. It's been part of the Mayor of London's quest to find the capital's favourite food dishes. The best were collated into a public vote - with the winner just revealed.
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