Food | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 20

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Chance to show grill skills

SCOTTISH chefs are being urged to compete for the title of British BBQ Battle Champion ahead of next month’s deadline. Organisers of the competition, of …

Sodexo seal of approval for Scottish produce

CONTRACT catering firm Sodexo is backing the Scottish Government’s Year of Food and Drink initiative by introducing a series of monthly themed menus at its …

Don’t risk a bad hygiene reputation

Having solid systems in place can have a positive impact on business FOOD hygiene is vital in the hospitality industry and should be given top priority if …

World Buffet opens at Ramsden’s

RESTAURANT group Cook and Indi’s World Buffet has opened its biggest outlet to date in Glasgow. The firm, which operates venues in Bishopbriggs, Darnley, …

Scots diners hate to wait

SCOTLAND’S bar and restaurant customers are less patient than their counterparts in the rest of the UK, according to new research. A survey by CGA and Zonal …

Know the score on allergen rules

THE regulations requiring caterers to provide allergen information have been in force since December 13, 2014. While some businesses have implemented measures …

VDeep in beer and curry

LEITH bar The Vintage has been relaunched as what’s claimed to be Scotland’s first craft beer and curry bar. VDeep is a collaboration between celebrity …

The Captain’s Galley honour

THE Captain’s Galley in Scrabster has been named Sustainable Restaurant of the Year. Raymond Blanc, president of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, …

Major events can roll away the winter blues

Bars and pubs can capitalise on special occasions to keep their tills ringing IT’S no secret that the early months of the year can be a little leaner for the …

Appetite for Italian on the up

Offering a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes is key PERHAPS it evokes memories of a summer holiday, maybe it’s the uncomplicated nature of many of …

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