Kevin Coetzee, operations director at Humble Grape, is CODE's August Employee of the Month.
This week Nick Beardshaw, Head Chef at Kerridge's Bar & Grill, talks to CODE about his last great meal in London, why he loves Bristol's hospitality scene and how Tom Kerridge has influenced his career.
Coming under this week's CODE Careers Q&A spotlight is Kiln's Head Chef, Meedu Saad. Meedu chats to us about rising stars within the Kiln team, how people like Ben Chapman and Jeremy Brown have influenced his career, and what he's looking forward to on the London hospitality scene.
In this week's Q&A, Mitch Tonks sits down with CODE to chat about his switch from accountancy to hospitality, why he doesn't get too bogged down with trends, and why he loves the European hospitality scene.
In this week's Q&A, Oli Brown, founder and chef at Duck Duck Goose, talks to CODE about getting his start in the industry with Rowleigh Leigh, who's influenced his career and his top restaurant picks in London right now.
Nicola Lamb is July's CODE employee of the month.
James Stevenson is June's CODE employee of the month.
In this week's Q&A, Patrick Powell, Head Chef at Allegra, sits down with CODE to chat about where he's looking forward to eating this year, who he deems a rising star and why Seamus Commons has been so influential on his career.
This week Artesian's Will Campbell-Rowntree, recent winnter of this year's No.3 Gin Unlock Taste Competition, talks to CODE about winning the competition, getting his start in the industry and where he had his last great meal.
This week Matt Harris, Head Chef and Founder of Thunderbird Fried Chicken, speaks to CODE about what prompted him to enter the Hospitality industry, why he's so inspired by Heston Blumenthal and what's next for Thunderbird.
In this week's Q&A, Graziano Arricale, F&B Operating Partner at Oakley Capital, talks to CODE about why he thinks London is the most exciting city for hospitality, getting his start as a Commis Waiter in 2005, and his advice for industry newcomers.
CODE Hospitality is delighted to announce its inaugural Over-50 Power list of those who have and continue to shape our industry.
While finding himself in a queue for a self-service checkout, CODE founder Adam Hyman wonders why so many businesses have stopped investing in their people.
In this week's Q&A, Saiphin Moore tells us about where her passion for food started, her love for cooking with family, and her ambitious plans for Rosa's Thai.