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The Ledbury named Best Restaurant in the UK 2024

Published:  11 June, 2024

Brett Graham’s acclaimed Notting Hill restaurant, The Ledbury, has been crowned the Best Restaurant in the UK for 2024, marking a triumphant return to the top spot after a 12-year hiatus. The Ledbury, which previously held the title from 2010 to 2012, reopened in 2022 after a pandemic-induced closure and earned three Michelin stars in the 2024 guide.


Le Gavroche auction raises £2m

Published:  26 April, 2024

Christie’s recent auction of rare wines, art and memorabilia from the iconic Le Gavroche restaurant has made headlines, with proceeds exceeding £2m. Following the closure of the revered two-Michelin-starred Mayfair establishment after 57 years of service, items from the Roux family’s legacy were put up for sale earlier this month.


On-trade: What’s written in the Michelin stars?

Published:  05 April, 2024

How relevant are Michelin stars today and how does a restaurant’s wine list factor? James Bayley reports.


Analysis: Hospitality seeks aid to halt closures

Published:  14 February, 2024

As the on-trade is hit by a cost-of-doing-business crisis, many are facing a tough decision unless government intervenes. James Bayley reports.


New UK and Ireland Michelin stars revealed

Published:  06 February, 2024

The Michelin Guide, founded by the tyre company of the same name, began life as a humble guidebook, helping French travellers navigate the country at the dawn of the 20th Century. Today, The Michelin Guide is better known as the custodian of the most significant accolade in global gastronomy – the coveted ‘three stars’.


Le Gavroche to auction its rare wines and artwork

Published:  05 February, 2024

Following its January closure after more than 50 years of service, Le Gavroche is to auction off its wine collection, valued up to £12,000 per bottle.


UKHospitality urges fairness to all parties in new tipping legislation

Published:  27 September, 2021

The introduction of legislation regulating the sector’s management of staff gratuities has been welcomed by UKH, with a major caveat.