MOO-ve over porridge and haggis … Research highlighted by VisitScotland shows that Scottish beef appeals to consumers more than traditional porridge oats, haggis and Scottish salmon, according to a press release.
A topic paper published recently by the national tourism … Read more
Hotel owner and Director, Farmer and Entrepreneur
Olav Lie-Nilsen is a visionary and active entrepreneur who took over the Thorbjørnrud hotel at Jevnaker outside Oslo in Norway in 2008. He has since developed the hotel to … Read more
For a country that considers tea their unofficial national drink, it is cause for great celebration that afternoon tea is back in vogue – and in a big way, according to the Mail Online.
After years of coffee shops spring … Read more
I was with my best friend, which perhaps intensified the romantic atmosphere of the Compleat Angler, as there was no pesky real-life man to spoil it. The restaurant that now houses Aubergine has been here for donkey’s years, since its … Read more
We grew tired of building monuments to God, so in the boom we took to constructing cathedrals to food. Great vaulted expanses sprung skywards around every town, where we were invited to worship not purity, but freshness. The spiritual foundations … Read more
Terence Conran is hoping to lure journalists back to Fleet Street with the opening of his latest venture with Prescott & Partners – a French restaurant and bar called Lutyens.
The 130-cover restaurant in the former Reuters building in … Read more