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Posted 24/05/16

A3 License: The Usage License Your Restaurant Needs?

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Posted 06/08/18

London’s Top Five Mexican Restaurants With A Difference

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Posted 10/07/17

Why London's Top Chefs Are Moving out to the Neighbourhoods

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Posted 28/06/18

The Best Brunch in London

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Our Team Answers Commonly Asked Questions from Buyers and Sellers

In this article, we will answer some of the queries that have cropped up from both buyers and sellers over the years.

Read more Posted 01/04/19
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Which Licenses, Permits and Certificates Does My New Restaurant Need?

Read more Posted 01/04/19
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My Million Pound Menu Season Two Announces Winner

Shortly after claiming victory against England in the rugby, Wales have once again triumphed - although in a slightly different field. This year saw My Million Pound menu return to BBC Two and, after six weeks of exploring the UK’s most exciting food concepts, Welsh winners Coracle have been announced.

Read more Posted 06/03/19
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Atul Kochhar

This March, Atul Kochhar, the first Indian chef in the world to receive a Michelin star, is slated to open his brand-new restaurant Kanishka in Mayfair.

Read more Posted 26/02/19
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2019 Restaurant Industry Predictions

One of the constants of the restaurant industry is that it’s always changing. Every year, new trends emerge, certain styles of eatery erupt and interiors find their next fixation.

Read more Posted 26/02/19
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World Restaurant Awards 2019

Every year in October the culinary world is on tenterhooks to find out which restaurants will lose, gain or maintain their coveted Michelin Stars.

Read more Posted 26/02/19
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Waterloo

The last decade has seen Waterloo transform from a slightly non-descript conduit of people in and out of its famous train station to a vibrant cultural hotspot.

Read more Posted 19/02/19
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Shaftesbury Avenue

Shaftesbury Avenue is the beating heart of London’s West End Theatre district. Here you’ll find a cluster of some of the country’s most famous theatre venues.

Read more Posted 19/02/19
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Victoria

A small enclave of the City of Westminster in central London, Victoria is situated between Belgravia and St James’s with Hyde Park and Green Park to the north.

Read more Posted 07/02/19
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The City

‘The City’ – just one square mile in size – is in many ways London’s epicentre. This is where the Romans founded the city of Londinium. Today, the City is the hub of the nation’s finance industry, with 500 banks all slotting into this small section of the metropolis.

Read more Posted 07/02/19