For new restaurants, offering guests a new experience and staying true to their mission while making guests feel comfortable can be a big challenge. No one knows this better than Graham Squire, head chef at The Lickfold Inn.
Archives for July 2017
Back in June, more than 45 of London’s big-name chefs descended on Regent’s Park for one of Europe’s ultimate restaurant festivals, Taste of London. Something of a banquet ensued – Jose Pizarro dished up his popular squid ink croquettes, Pascal Aussignac showcased his duck foie gras doughnut, and Selin Kiazim earned some new fans with […]
Collaborations are becoming more of a trope in the modern restaurant industry. It certainly makes sense – with so much emphasis on sharing ideas, as well as coming together to create new ones, it makes you wonder why more restaurateurs and chefs aren’t teaming up. It’s this very idea which is at the centre of […]
‘If you send your CV in, you’ll get a trial. If you turn up for said trial, you’ll probs get a job. That’s how hard it is to get chefs.’ This is a tweet from Dan Doherty, chef and director at Duck and Waffle. Need it be said this is a disconcerting sentiment? When you […]