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Menuwatch: The Pass, South Lodge hotel, Horsham

23 December 2022 by

Chef Ben Wilkinson is hoping to bring both stability and a new wave of success at South Lodge with his modern take on classic flavours

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Honey & Co gets a new home in London

25 May 2022 by

After 10 years on London’s Warren Street, Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich’s Middle Eastern-inspired Honey & Co is moving to a bigger site across town

How D&D London is solving the skills gap and staff shortage with its hospitality summer school Staffing

How D&D London is solving the skills gap and staff shortage with its hospitality summer school

11 August 2021 by

With nearly 18% of its workforce unfilled, D&D London has launched a Summer School for those[...]

James Knappett on reopening two-Michelin-starred Kitchen Table and the end of Bubbledogs Chef

James Knappett on reopening two-Michelin-starred Kitchen Table and the end of Bubbledogs

11 August 2021 by

After deciding to retire hotdog restaurant Bubbledogs during lockdown, owners James Knappett and Sandia Chang are[...]

Will hospitality pay the price for the sugar tax? In-Depth

Will hospitality pay the price for the sugar tax?

23 July 2021 by

The National Food Strategy Report filled the headlines with stories of salt and sugar taxes and[...]

Hospitality staffing shortage: alternative ways to find employees Staffing

Hospitality staffing shortage: alternative ways to find employees

15 July 2021 by

With the hospitality staffing crisis worse than ever, employers using traditional means of finding staff are[...]

From The Apprentice to Aramark: how Helen Milligan-Smith is aiming to double the size of the foodservice firm Foodservice

From The Apprentice to Aramark: how Helen Milligan-Smith is aiming to double the size of the foodservice firm

28 April 2021

Covid isn’t standing in the way of foodservice company Aramark. Its grand plans include rapid growth and acquisitions, ready to capitalise on the post-pandemic world.

10 ways to finance your business and survive lockdown Business

10 ways to finance your business and survive lockdown

04 March 2021

After a year of Covid, businesses are scrabbling for cash just to keep afloat for that last big push before opening full time and for good. We identify 10 ways to refinance and bring in much-needed funds.

Industry leaders reveal what they learned from their biggest mistakes Business

Industry leaders reveal what they learned from their biggest mistakes

27 January 2021 by

Mistakes can be costly, but they can also be a valuable way to learn. We ask[...]

2021 survival guide: expert advice on looking after your business and your people in the year ahead Advice

2021 survival guide: expert advice on looking after your business and your people in the year ahead

06 January 2021 by

After a tumultuous 2020, the overriding mantra of running a business for 2021 is: be flexible.[...]

Menuwatch: Noble Rot Soho Chef

Menuwatch: Noble Rot Soho

18 November 2020 by

Acclaimed wine writers and suppliers Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew have taken over the former site[...]

Aktar Islam on bringing globe-trotting culinary influences to his beloved Birmingham Chef

Aktar Islam on bringing globe-trotting culinary influences to his beloved Birmingham

18 November 2020 by

Since becoming the first British-born Indian chef to win a Michelin star at his restaurant Opheem,[...]

Innovation through crisis: how the pandemic prompted new revenue streams Restaurant

Innovation through crisis: how the pandemic prompted new revenue streams

21 August 2020

When lockdown hit, revenue streams were reduced to a trickle and many businesses faced closure if they couldn’t find new sources of cashflow. Then, the industry’s incredible adaptability kicked in.

Open and shut: The restaurants that opened for the first time during the pandemic Restaurant

Open and shut: The restaurants that opened for the first time during the pandemic

14 August 2020

Restaurant launches are recipes for stress at the best of times. Throw in a global pandemic, a nationwide lockdown and the overnight disappearance of diners, and it’s a whole different ball game.

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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