Angela Hartnett is celebrating a decade of her Michelin-starred restaurant Murano, a brilliant achievement from one of our most treasured chefs. Here she tells Chloë Hamilton about what she’s learnt – from ditching tasting menus to keeping your team happy.
In this week's Q&A we hear from Marie Marchand, co-founder of Frenchie Restaurants.
In this week's Q&A we hear from Andrew Sawyer, Head Chef at Outlaw's at The Capital. Andrew has risen from Chef de Partie to leading the kitchen in just four years.
Yes, everyone’s heading to Noma 2.0 but there are plenty of other great places to hang out and eat well in Copenhagen. Portland and Clipstone’s Merlin Lebron-Johnson has the insider’s guide.
In this week's Q&A we heard from Nokx Majozi, sous chef at Holborn Dining Room, regarding her career so far.
Everyone has favourite bits of kit that they like to use – anything from a knife to a pen. In the first of a new series, Chloë Hamilton asks people in the restaurant industry about their favourite footwear. Photographs by Harriet Raper.
In an age of permanently connected, always contactable people, how could you possibly run a successful business without a mobile phone? It’s not only possible, says Michael West, it’s preferable.
Rose Ashby - Head Chef of Spring - spoke to us in the Q&A this week about the challenges and rewards of being a high-performing chef.
For this Q&A we caught up with Brett Redman, co-founder of Neptune, to hear his story so far.
In this regular feature, we take a look at the workspace of people who inspire us. Here, Calum Franklin, executive head chef of Holborn Dining Room, shows around his Pie Room. Photographs by Harriet Raper.
Rising stars get a lot of attention in the hospitality industry, but what about our long- serving stalwarts? Lisa Markwell celebrates those whose service serves as an inspiration to us all, with portraits by Harriet Raper
For this week's Q&A we caught up with Pieran Gong, one half of the much lauded Chinese Laundry, who are currently serving the hidden treasures and secret recipes from their childhood at The Mountgrove Bothy, Highbury.
We speak to Chris Stang co-creator of The Infatuation, America’s cult restaurant recommendation site, about all things food, fads and millenials.
For this week's Q&A we caught up with Rik Campbell, co-founder of Kricket who are just about to open their third site, this time at Television Centre in White City.