Casual Dining

Restaurant sues reviewer and wins

Restaurant sues reviewer and wins

By Restaurant

How one restaurant has set the record straight A libel verdict in the Northern Ireland High Court earlier this month may help to give reviewers pause for thought and affronted restaurateurs greater confidence in setting the record straight. In August...

Wizzy Korean restaurant closes

Wizzy Korean restaurant closes

By Restaurant

Wizzy Korean restaurant, which opened in London SW6 to great acclaim in spring 2005, has closed, with the site up for lease. Its owner was Hwi Shim, who had previously worked at Hakkasan and Nobu. Harding Chartered Surveyors said it had closed about ..

The new wave of carveries

The new wave of carveries

By Restaurant

Toss the old '70s carcass aside for a sharp new-wave carvery When the news broke that Posh Spice had taken her kids to a Toby Carvery for lunch, the nation gasped. Surely even La Beckham's blessing couldn't save these '70s throwbacks?...

Guide to planning for retirement

Guide to planning for retirement

By Restaurant

Don't trust to providence, provide for yourself If you are a restaurant owner, fit and well with a bustling business, a pension may be the last thing on your mind. After all, your business is your pension, right? Well, maybe, but to ensure you ...

The Price of Confusion

The Price of Confusion

By Restaurant Magazine

It’s time to sort out the inconsistencies surrounding service charge in the uk. That’s our mission for 2007 and we need you to lead the debate. By 2008 we hope to have a solution that suits everybody.

Citrus Café in Leeds sold

Citrus Café in Leeds sold

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The Citrus Café in Headingley, Leeds, has been sold in an off-market deal to a Brighton-based multioperator. The café was set up close to the university in 2001 by Jed McCormack and Phil Timms and has been sold to allow McCormack to ...