Blog of the week: Brexit’s impact on hospitality may not be all doom and gloom…

By |September 8th, 2016|

According to our favourite hospitality-related blog of the week, the sector enjoyed growth in August, despite coming off the back of a post-Brexit slump.

The dust has settled a little since the momentous decision back in June, but fears are still rife that the future could be rather turbulent for certain industries.

Restaurants were thought to be […]

Blog of the week: American restaurants abandon sugar (Business Insider)

By |September 2nd, 2016|

According to a recent report, more Americans are attempting to cut sugar from their diet. And, not being one to miss out on an opportunity, the restaurant industry in the US has leapt on this admirable health kick by gradually removing sugar from its menus.

In our blog of the week, Business Insider looks more closely […]

Blog of the week: restaurants fight back against box set bingeing (Evening Standard)

By |August 26th, 2016|

How do you pry people away from their TVs and long sessions of Game of Thrones, Billions and Breaking Bad? You tempt them to your restaurant with a TV-inspired menu – that’s how. Obviously.

We love this – some very savvy restaurateurs are attempting to make the most of the nation’s thirst for box sets by introducing […]

Blog of the week: Reigniting national pride as a driver of revenue (Epos Now)

By |August 12th, 2016|

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last few days, you’ll be aware that there is a rather large sports event taking place in Rio at the moment.

The Olympics has made a welcome return (unless you’d rather see the BBC’s usual programming) and with it comes a raft of inspiring stories and an […]

Blog of the week: restaurant TripAdvisor reviews that’ll make you laugh (Nottingham Post)

By |August 5th, 2016|

Mention ‘TripAdvisor’ and it’ll strike the fear of God into many a restaurant owner. The thought of diners having a free, world-wide platform on which to air their views about the latest changes to the lunch menu or the absence of an outside seating area is understandably rather unpalatable.

However, we now live in a society where […]

Blog of the week: How to know if a restaurant is clean enough to eat in (Time Out)

By |July 29th, 2016|

If you’re a restaurateur, you’ll know the importance of paying attention to tips aimed at diners, and in this article by Time Out, we’re treated to the thoughts of one of Australia’s most respected health inspectors, Peter Harding.

The first in a series covering the ins and outs of food regulation, Harding delves into e.coli, the […]

Blog of the week: why POS should be more like Tesla (

By |July 22nd, 2016|

Ever thought about comparing your till system with the manufacturer of futuristic battery-powered cars, Tesla?

Nope, neither have we. has, though, and this blog post is a fascinating read. It talks about the fact that new tech doesn’t need to replace old tech and investigates how the subject of electronic payments, in particular, compares to Elon […]

Blog of the week: How to turn Pokemon Go into business dough (LinkedIn)

By |July 14th, 2016|

We’re going to take a wild stab in the dark and guess that A) you’ve heard of Pokemon Go but, B) you have absolutely no idea what it is all about.

Don’t worry – you’re not alone. The smartphone-based game that has taken the US by storm landed in the UK this week. Simply put, it […]

Blog of the week: Free burgers! …if you do something very silly indeed (Metro)

By |July 1st, 2016|

Fancy some silliness for a Friday after what has been an incredibly bonkers 7 days for the UK?

Sure. So do we.

Our favourite restaurant-related content this week comes from the Metro and features a fast food chain in Australia called ‘Mr Burger’ which thinks it has hit on a rather fantastic method of brand promotion (and, arguably, […]