Dee Laffan reflects on the restaurant and foodie highlights from across the year in Dublin. There is no doubt that the restaurant scene in Dublin continued to see a lot of growth in 2017 and there were certainly the tourist numbers to support it during the summer season with Ireland becoming a premier tourist destination. […]
At the beginning of 2017, experts suggested we were about to witness a wave of vegetarian butcheries, 1970s-inspired food, and ‘deconstructed coffee’ (whatever that is). Thankfully, such tropes are still yet to emerge in the UK food trends.
Christopher Jew of TATTU Manchester on how to update your cocktail list with the season’s latest trends.
Surely, deep within us, there’s an unspoken embarrassment that fish ‘n’ chips – the greasy, unsophisticated, nutrient-poor dish that it is – is a national treasure when it comes to British food. That’s beside the fact that, given it’s an amalgam of foods from Jewish and Belgian backgrounds, it’s not even British. Ditto chicken tikka […]
Summer months mean trips to coastal towns and vacations for city-dwellers. With 58% of Brits planning travel abroad during the summer months, city restaurants can have a harder time selling seats. “Restaurants in the city should really take advantage of this slower time,” says Stefano Potortí, managing director of Sagitter One, a U.K. based hospitality […]