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Wagamama launches first restaurant in Italy

Wagamama has launched its first restaurant in Italy today (25 May) as the group continues to expand throughout Europe.


Chef James Dugan joins Sheraton Grand London Park Lane

Former Lindsay House chef James Dugan has joined the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane hotel as executive chef.


People on the move in hospitality: May 2017

It’s been another busy month in hospitality, we round-up some of the movers and shakers taking on new roles.


Wahaca 'working hard' to settle norovirus payouts

Wahaca has said it is ‘working hard’ to resolve a number of financial claims made by customers who fell ill after eating at the chain.


Sunday service: How London restaurants are rethinking weekends

They do things differently at Ceviche Old Street on a Sunday. While the rest of the week the Peruvian restaurant is the place to go for its eponymous raw fish dish as well as grilled meat, such as beef heart skewers and marinated Iberico pork, on Sunday the restaurant comes over all British (kind of), with a roast menu.


Chef Steven Bennett leaves The Comfy Duck

Chef Steven Bennett has left the two-AA-rosette Comfy Duck restaurant at the Oaklands Hall Hotel to pursue his own catering business.


Over £10k raised to buy drinks for Manchester hospital staff

A crowdfunding page has raised over £10,000 to cover the bar tab for staff working at a Manchester hospital treating victims of Monday’s terrorist attack.


Election manifestos fail to mention cut in Tourism VAT

The Cut Tourism VAT campaign has criticised the UK’s major political parties for failing to pledge to reduce the tax following the general election.


Deliveroo Editions begins national roll-out in Brighton

Deliveroo has launched its first delivery-only 'dark kitchens' outside of London, in the suburbs of Brighton.


The whole hog: 5 ways chefs are embracing nose-to-tail dining

With meat prices only going one way, why aren't more chefs embracing less obvious cuts?

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