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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
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Taco Bell Opens in London

Fans of American Mexican-inspired chain restaurant Taco Bell will be pleased to hear that, after an absence of over 20 years, this particular eatery has returned to our shores.

Read more Posted 07/02/19
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How to Tell if Your Site is Going to be a Problem to Sell

We speak to David Rawlinson, Director of Restaurant Property, about what makes a property harder to sell, including how to handle a problematic landlord or an outstanding rent review.

Read more Posted 21/01/19
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How to Create a Good Restaurant Supply Chain

Anyone involved in running a restaurant will know the profound importance of a solid supply chain, this is a guide to creating a good restaurant supply chain.

Read more Posted 14/01/19
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London’s Best Michelin-Starred Hotel Restaurants

A truly great hotel is so much more than a place to sleep. It has a story, an identity and provides an escape from the humdrum and everyday.

Read more Posted 07/01/19
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Restaurant Property and CDG Leisure secure the sales of Brick and Liquor in Clapham and Tooting

Restaurant Property and CDG Leisure have successfully secured the disposal of the two Brick and Liquor sites. The first, which was previously situated 47 Balham Hill, was spread over 1,199 square foot of ground floor and basement, where an undisclosed premium was paid for the benefit of the lease.

Read more Posted 04/01/19