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Capital honoured as chefs open brasserie

Martin Wishart and Paul Tamburrini join forces to launch new restaurant HE has plied his trade in some of the UK’s most celebrated kitchens, holds...

Second coming for Ian Brown

Former Ubiquituous Chip chef happy to be south side after 21 years at the west end Glasgow restaurant HIS name may be above the door...

Operators urged to check tax is in order

Ensure robust systems in place for handling tips, accountants say RESTAURATEURS must ensure they have robust systems in place for handling staff tips after HM...

Trade must broaden snacks horizons

Extending range beyond pub favourites key to boosting sales, producers say OPERATORS must look beyond traditional pub favourites if they are to maximise sales of...

Bar snacks move to a new level

Drinkers at Glasgow’s Boudoir can now graze on more than crisps and nuts in between meals A GLASGOW wine bar has taken a fresh approach...

Capital chef cooks up a storm in London

MICHELIN-starred chef Jeff Bland took a taste of Scotland to London earlier this month. The executive chef of The Balmoral was at sister property, Brown’s...

West meets east at Taste

Glasgow venues add new flavour to food event. Three Glasgow restaurants are set to bring a taste of the west of Scotland to an Edinburgh food festival this summer. Café Gandolfi, Cail Bruich and Two Fat Ladies have joined the line-up for this year’s Taste of Edinburgh.

Turning the tables

Tableware can enhance consumer experience ANYONE in the catering industry knows that while getting the food and drink offering just right is crucial, it’s not...

Creating a winning kitchen combination

Combi-oven’s versatility can ease the pressure on chefs, suppliers say ROASTING meat, steaming fish, cooking vegetables, baking bread – all take time and require different...

Chef’s special : Peter Woods

Peter Woods, Head chef, The Four Seasons Hotel, Perthshire Located on the bans of Loch Earn in Perthshire, The Four Seasons Hotel majors in contemporary...