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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
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Where to Enjoy Game Season in London

Game season broadly begins at the beginning of September and runs until the end of January. This varies a little depending upon the type of game but is a good guideline for when you can expect to see menus start mentioning pheasant and grouse.

Read more Posted 04/01/19
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Restaurant of the Month: Sushisamba, Covent Garden

Sushisamba’s sky high Liverpool Street restaurant has been a raging success since opening its doors in 2012 and they have now debuted their second site located in the Grade II listed Market Building in the heart of Covent Garden.

Read more Posted 03/01/19
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The Best Restaurants in London for New Year’s Eve

Here are some of the more decadent options available for dinner in the capital on the 31st.

Read more Posted 21/12/18 by Danielle Agami
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Notting Hill

It’s been almost 20 years since Richard Curtis’ film Notting Hill popularised this leafy district dotted with pastel properties. Back then the West London neighbourhood was seen as the bohemian and arty choice.

Read more Posted 14/12/18
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Clerkenwell

Once the stomping ground of famed English author Charles Dickens, Clerkenwell is now known as a centre of a different kind of creativity, attracting designers and architects in their droves.

Read more Posted 14/12/18
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David Rawlinson Profile

David Rawlinson, Director of leading leisure property specialists Restaurant Property, has worked in the industry for 25 years. In that time, he has gained a wealth of experience working with the best names in the culinary world.

Read more Posted 29/11/18
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Sale of Greek Street Property to Gamma Gamma

Soho has always been home to some of the capital’s best restaurants, from internationally renowned, Michelin-starred eateries to neighbourhood joints that started life as humble food trucks.

Read more Posted 16/11/18