All news articles for June 2024

Chefs cooking with colostrum Joshua Overington Mýse

The Lowdown: cooking with colostrum

By Joe Lutrario

Chef Joshua Overington is making use of a dairy product that’s often wasted at his progressive North Yorkshire restaurant Mýse.

All pictures credited to John Hersey

Latest opening: The Tartan Fox

By James McAllister

Chef restaurateur Adam Handling has launched his second outpost in Cornwall, a modern British pub underpinned by the philosophy of 'sustainable, local luxury'.

Friday five: the week's top hospitality stories

Friday five: the week's top hospitality stories

By Restaurant

The Ledbury's triumph at the National Restaurant Awards, another new project for Jason Atherton, and the £1bn sale of The Ivy are among this week's most read stories.

Hospitality job moves in June 2024 including new appointments at Raffles London, Pied à Terre and Sea Containers Restaurant

People on the move: June 2024

By Restaurant

New appointments at Raffles London, Pied à Terre and Sea Containers Restaurant are among the big people moves this month.

Tomas Trnka front of house supervisor at The Sea, The Sea Chelsea on wine

Uncorked: Tomas Trnka

By Joe Lutrario

The front of house supervisor at The Sea, The Sea Chelsea on Fabrice Pouillon, following in the footsteps of his sommelier father and the danger of sabrage.

Head chef of Park Corner Brasserie at London Hilton Jean-Didier Gouges on getting his first kitchen job at 17

Flash-grilled: Jean-Didier Gouges

By James McAllister

The head chef of the recently-launched Park Corner Brasserie at London Hilton on getting his first kitchen job at 17, building a chef identity, and the professional benefits of Instagram.

Latest opening: Akira Back

Latest opening: Akira Back

By Restaurant

The new Mandarin Oriental Mayfair hotel has welcomed a superstar Korean chef to its ranks.

Friday five: the week's top restaurant stories

Friday five: the week's top restaurant stories

By James McAllister

This week's top news stories include Tom Brown's plans to close his Cornerstone restaurant, Barcelona’s Disfrutar topping The World’s 50 Best list, and Popeyes adopting AI technology for its drive-thrus.

Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis have relaunched their sustainable restaurant Native on the former Pensons site

Latest opening: Native

By James McAllister

Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis have relocated their restaurant concept Native from London to Worcestershire.

Corkage charges in restaurants

The Lowdown: Corkage charges

By Joe Lutrario

Notting Hill restaurant Dorian has reignited the debate on corkage by introducing a £100 charge and requiring guests to buy a bottle of similar value from its list.

Dalston Yard to launch on former Street Feast site

Dalston Yard to launch on former Street Feast site

By James McAllister

The founder of Street Feast’s original site in London’s Dalston is to relaunch the space as a multifaceted ‘cultural playground’ next month combining food, drinks, art, music, and wellbeing events.

Alexandre Durand general manager Llama Inn London

Uncorked: Alexandre Durand

By Joe Lutrario

The general manager of Llama Inn London on Constantin Vellis, vintage Selosse and matching Saint Romain with roast chicken.

Credit: fireaway.co.uk

Fireaway launches new Express format

By Shwetali Sapte

Pizza takeaway brand Fireaway has launched an Express outlet in partnership with forecourt operator Highway Stops Retail.

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