From Southbank to St Germain. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
Welcome to issue 13 of the CODE Quarterly where we celebrate the young stars of the hospitality world in the annual 30 Under 30, we find Jeremy Lee at his desk and Henrietta Lovell makes her case for taking tea seriously. Adam Hyman travels to Tel Aviv, Simon Hopkinson shares his stories with Lisa Markwell and we look at how Borough Market has moved on from June's terror attacks.
The Prince Arthur in London Fields reopens, the #CookForSyria café pops up in Covent Garden and Michelin has published a guide to Bangkok’s restaurants. In other news, Other Side Fried is to open in Peckham Levels and more information emerges about Pip Lacey's restaurant Hicce.
From Westgate Street to Whitstable. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
CODE’s annual roll-call of young talent is bigger and better than ever. This year we looked all around the country and found so many rising stars in the world of hospitality that it was hard to limit ourselves to just 30... which is why we’ve sneaked in some ‘ones to watch’ too.
The Burning Night Group has launched Smokin' in Leeds, Black Sheep Coffee has arrived in Manchester and Didsbury welcomes new Spanish restaurant Tinto. In other news, the Ivy Collection will reach York in January, a second Peaky Blinders bar is in the works and Aiden Byrne leaves Living Ventures to join D&D London.
Women in the food world, from chefs to editors to PR mavens, discuss what can be done to fix it
We all dream of being our own boss or successfully executing a business idea.
Chef Tomos Parry has announced he will open his own restaurant, Brat, and ex-head chef of The Capital, Tom Brown, is to open Cornerstone - both due to arrive next Spring. In other news, Lutyens Grill at The Ned is now open to the public, new restaurant Parsons will open in Covent Garden this week and Grace Dent has been announced as the successor to Marina O’Loughlin in The Guardian's restaurant column.
It was a terrorist attack that shocked the world – but after attention moves on, how does the community recover? Chloë Hamilton talks to hospitality figures in Borough on the repercussions for their business and their staff.
From Blacklock to Beaverbrook. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
The world-beating British sandwich industry is worth £8bn a year. It transformed the way we eat lunch, then did the same for breakfast – and now it’s coming for dinner. By Sam Knight
Brutal pressure at work is causing depression in many chefs. In one survey, more than half said they took painkillers or drink to get through shifts. What is happening behind the kitchen doors?
Brilliant British food served in one of London’s grandest buildings… Lunch can be such joy