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The No. 1 news and advice service for the hospitality industry, provides breaking news on the topics that shape modern hospitality as well as advice for operators in the restaurant, hotel and pub sectors to help them build a better business. Whether it's the latest food and drink trends, hot topics of debate, key legislation or essential new products and services, delivers:

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Rohit Chugh: "I want to develop ideas that challenge and excite me"

Rohit Chugh, former managing director of The Cinnamon Club and the founder of Roti Chai in Marylebone, has moved into the fast-casual sector with the opening of his third London restaurant Bambusa.


Flash-grilled: Simon Hulstone

Simon Hulstone is chef owner of The Elephant in Torquay, a Michelin starred restaurant overlooking the harbour. This year the restaurant is celebrating arts and culture through a series of lunches with creatives, starting with the theatre director Michael Grandage on 18 May.


Latest opening: Monsieur Le Duck

The Gascon-inspired brand that originally appeared in a pop-up premises in Spitalfields, has spread its wings and opened a permanent site in the heart of Clerkenwell.


Friday Five: the week's top news

We round-up some of the top hospitality stories you might have missed this week


Hackney restaurant to offer catering students hands-on experience

New City College (NCC) is to open a cafà and restaurant concept on its Hackney campus, offering catering students the opportunity to get a head start in the industry.


Byron hires chef Sophie Michell as food and drink director

Byron has appointed chef and food writer Sophie Michell as its food and drink director as part of a fresh drive to rejuvenate the brand.


Pret a Manger poised to take a bite of rival Eat chain

Pret a Manger is reportedly close to buying rival sandwich chain Eat with an eye to turning its cafes in to more vegetarian-only stores.


Paul and Emma Ainsworth relaunch The Mariners in Rock

Paul and Emma Ainsworth have relaunched The Mariners pub in Cornwall with a new look and menu, having acquired the lease to the site earlier this year.


Amazon leads £450m Deliveroo funding drive

Online tech giant Amazon is to invest millions in restaurant delivery platform Deliveroo as it mounts a challenge to rivals such as UberEats.


Smart thinking: How attitudes to mobile tech are changing

Mobile technology is fast moving and complex, but with the right partner restaurants can use it to boost spend, manage operational pain points and generate crucial data.

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