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Copper Bottom

Copper Bottom

22-09-2016


To mark British Food Fortnight, the Copper Restaurant at the Marriott Hotel Bexleyheath will be hosting a wine dinner with English wine producer, Chapel Down on 29th September 2016. Guests will be served a three-course meal, paired with Chapel Down wines, at £35 a head.


Copper Restaurant’s Executive Chef, Sunny Singh, has devised a menu focused on locally produced seasonal produce such as Lamb Rump with creamed mushroom from British isle and Kentish Bramley apple tart with Jude’s vanilla ice cream. The evening will be hosted by Sunny Singh and Chapel Down Brand Ambassador, Freddie O’Sullivan.


marriott.co.uk 

Tarana Awards Nominations

Tarana Awards Nominations

19-09-2016

Tarana Restaurant in Rainham in Kent, which opened earlier this year has been nominated for two major restaurant awards – one local, one national. The busy Rainham restaurant has also just announced a special festive menu designed for large family gatherings and staff parties, will also open on Christmas Day.

Tarana has been nominated for ‘Best Newcomer’ in this year’s Asian Curry Awards. The winners will be announced at glittering awards ceremony, at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair on 23rd October. Voting closes at midnight on 30th September.

Tarana has also been nominated for one of Produced in Kent’s most prestigious Taste of Kent Awards, in the ‘Best Restaurant’ category. Winners will be unveiled in March next year.

The restaurant, known for its exceptional Punjabi and Indian cooking, will offer a special 6-course tasting menu at £39 a head, including a welcome drink. The menu will feature a selection of its innovative and classical signature Indian dishes, with a traditional British festive twist, using ingredients, such as turkey and goose.

“A number of my regulars said they would like to come here on Christmas day, to avoid the usual dry, bland Christmas turkey with the dreaded Brussel sprouts, and couldn’t face all the preparation and washing up,” said Tarana’s owner Raj Abdin, who added, “So I asked the staff and they’re really excited about be part of a traditional British Christmas celebration, which for many of them will be a first.”

The Christmas menu will also be available for party bookings of 6 or more people throughout December with 48 hours’ notice. It will also be served in January for belated office parties who were too busy to celebrate during the run up to Christmas.

tasteofkentawards.co.uk
www.asiancurryawards.co.uk
 

ThaiWorks Takeaway Launch

ThaiWorks Takeaway Launch

18-09-2016

Adam Webb, the former Giggling Squid marketing manager, has announced the opening of ThaiWorks takeaway restaurant in Bournemouth. It will occupy the Seamoor Road site vacated by Tasty Moment Chinese takeaway in the Westbourne area of the seaside town, close to the affluent Sandbanks Peninsula.

ThaiWorks will open for the first time at 17:00 on Friday 23rd September and operate 7 days a week, opening from Saturday to Thursday, and all day from 12 noon Fridays. It will deliver to homes within a four-mile radius.

The new opening is the first of what is intended to become the first truly nationwide Thai takeaway chain. Webb has invested £100,000 in refurbishing the premises. A new state-of-the art kitchen has been designed to the specifications of a team of skilled chefs who previously worked at Chaophraya, Busaba and Koh Thai restaurants.

The healthy, modern Thai dishes will all be prepared and cooked freshly on site using only the highest quality ingredients. Webb left Giggling Squid earlier this year, shortly after the appointment of Camilla Katté as the company’s marketing director, following the sale of minority stake to Business Growth Fund for £6.4m. Whilst at Giggling Squid, he helped launch their restaurant in Salisbury, Clifton, Guildford, Billericay and Esher, as the estate grew to 15 properties. He also helped pioneer their first home delivery operation in Horsham

Webb believes to many takeaway operators skimp on quality produce to maintain margins.

“There’s a strong demand for quality Thai takeaway food which peaks at the end of the working day and for party celebrations at weekends,” said Webb, adding, “The plan is to bringing true quality food and service into the home delivery market place.

Adam Webb, the former Giggling Squid marketing manager, has announced the opening of ThaiWorks takeaway restaurant in Bournemouth. It will occupy the Seamoor Road site vacated by Tasty Moment Chinese takeaway the Westbourne area of the seaside town, close the affluent Sandbanks Peninsula.

ThaiWorks will open for the first time at 17:00 on Friday 23rd September and operate 7 days a week, opening from Saturday to Thursday and all day from 12 noon Fridays. It will deliver to homes within a four-mile radius.

The new opening is the first of what is intended to become the first truly nationwide Thai takeaway chain. Webb has invested £100,000 in refurbishing the premises. A new state-of-the art kitchen has been designed to the specifications of a team of skilled chefs who previously worked at Chaophraya, Busaba and Koh Thai restaurants.

The healthy, modern Thai dishes will all be prepared and cooked freshly on site using only the highest quality ingredients. Webb left Giggling Squid earlier this year, shortly after the appointment of Camilla Katté as the company’s marketing director, following the sale of minority stake to Business Growth Fund for £6.4m. Whilst at Giggling Squid, he helped launch their restaurant in Salisbury, Clifton, Guildford, Billericay and Esher, as the estate grew to 15 properties. He also helped pioneer their first home delivery operation in Horsham

Webb believes too many takeaway operators skimp on quality produce to maintain margins.

“There’s a strong demand for quality Thai takeaway food which peaks at the end of the working day and for party celebrations at weekends,” said Webb, adding, “The plan is to bring true quality food and service into the home delivery market place."

thaiworks.co.uk


 

Restaurateurs Urged to Embrace 24-Hour Economy

Restaurateurs Urged to Embrace 24-Hour Economy

16-09-2016

The Asian Catering Federation (ACF) which represents 20,000 ethnic restaurants in the UK, has urged its London members to embrace the opportunity all night tubes. London Mayor Sadiq Khan introduced the through-the-night Underground service on 16th August. With reports of over 50,000 Londoners a night taking advantage of the Underground’s move to 24-hour operation of its Victoria and Central lines, the new potential for restaurateurs close to a tube station is enormous.

The ACF Chairman Yawar Khan, who has urged his members located near a tube station, to rethink their business model ahead of the extension of through the night trains to include the Northern, Jubilee and Piccadilly lines.

“Many restaurants open every lunchtime, but rarely see a customer because of a lack of demand or the failure to offer lighter, less spicy dishes preferred at midday,” said Yawar Khan who added, “They would do better by opening later at night or offering breakfast.”

Khan believes there is a unique opportunity to provide authentic, healthy breakfast options including fish, yoghurt and fruit. He predicts there could be a resurgence of the kedgeree breakfast, made with haddock, eggs and rice, which was made popular by returning British colonialists who developed a taste for Indian food in Victorian times.

The AFC is not suggesting all restaurants open all night, every night, but only that they should assess the potential – and that those who do change their opening hours and promote themselves effectively.

The country’s best ethnic restaurants will be feted by the ACF at its annual Asian Curry Awards ceremony on Sunday 23rd October. This year’s supported charities are Curry For Change and Royal Marsden.

acfederation.org asiancurryawards.com royalmarsden.org curryforchange.org.uk


 

Good Food Guide

Good Food Guide

16-09-2016

The Compasses Inn in Crundale, near Canterbury in Kent has been named as the Good Food Guide’s Local Restaurant of the Year for the South East. Although no Kent, Sussex or Surrey restaurants made the guide’s top 50.

Oxfordshire restaurant Orwells was voted Restaurant of the Year in the guide’s Editors’ Awards.

The South East has six entries in the top list. From Berkshire The Fat Duck, André Garrett at Cliveden and The Waterside Inn feature, along with Artichoke in Buckinghamshire and Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons and Orwells in Oxfordshire. The Top 50 recognises the very best talent in the country; a place on the list represents a huge achievement, with each position earned by its score in The Good Food Guide, editor appraisal and strength of reader feedback. The top restaurant this year is L’Enclume in Cumbria, which scored a perfect 10 and kept the number one spot for the fourth year running.

Two South East newcomers to the guide, The Pointer in Brill and The Little Gloster on the Isle of Wight have been noted by the guide as Best New Entries for 2017.

The top 10 positions are occupied by L’Enclume, Cumbria; Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Cornwall; Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottinghamshire; Pollen Street Social, London; Hibiscus, London; The Fat Duck, Berkshire; Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London; Hedone, London; Restaurant Andrew Fairlie, Tayside;and Fraiche, Merseyside.

The Good Food Guide is at Waitrose priced at £12.99 or online thegoodfoodguide.co.uk
 

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