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Bar deals with customer TripAdvisor review in the best possible way

A popular bar in Bristol has responded to a customer's criticism on TripAdvisor by naming a cocktail after his review. 

'Poncey': the reviewer has had a cocktail named in his honour

Bartenders among the most feared professions

25-Jul-2017 - Bartenders and chefs have topped a list of the workers that customers fear the most, new research has found.

Barking up the money tree: dogs improve business in pubs

24-Jul-2017 - Almost all (98%) dog-friendly pubs believe four-legged customers improve businesses, according to new Kennel Club research.

Star Pubs & Bars pumps more than £4m into pub kitchens

24-Jul-2017 - Star Pubs & Bars has invested £2.7m in kitchens, and will stump up another £1.6m this year, as part of its fixtures and fittings (F&F) policy.

Rat-infested fridge and filthy kitchen lands pub with £42k fine

21-Jul-2017 - The owners of an Essex pub have been fined more than £42,000 and stopped from selling food after rats were found nesting under the fridge in its kitchen.

If TV soap pubs were real, this is how much disasters would cost

21-Jul-2017 - Disasters at the UK’s favourite TV soap pubs would costs hundreds of thousands of pounds if the incidents happened in real life, according to security experts.

Coach stages dinner date

21-Jul-2017 - Elite chefs met for the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs regional dinner and enjoyed a taste sensation from three of the very best in their field. Nicholas Robinson reports.

Frozen food: thawing profit opportunities

21-Jul-2017 - The stigma around frozen food is melting and operators should look at the segment to cut their costs and still deliver a great quality meal. Nikkie Sutton reports.

Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year Competition returns

21-Jul-2017 - The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year Competition is back, following its success in 2016.

Wetherspoon apologises after rat spotted in busy pub

20-Jul-2017 - Pubgoers were left horrified after a rat was filmed scurrying across a leather booth in a popular JD Wetherspoon pub.

We're at risk of another horsemeat scandal

19-Jul-2017 - Unless every part of the food chain remains vigilant, the UK food industry is at risk of another horsemeat scandal, a top expert has warned.

Bidfood unveils Christmas range with 'free-from' focus

19-Jul-2017 - Bidfood has revealed its Christmas range for this year, which includes more than 120 new products and taps into the ‘free-from’ trend.

Chefs no longer have to boil their own eggs

19-Jul-2017 - Ready-made soft-boiled eggs are now available to pubs from a bulk ingredients supplier, which introduced them to help chefs cook quickly on a large scale.

Trade bodies join forces to outline Brexit priorities

19-Jul-2017 - Pub industry bodies are among more than 20 organisations that have outlined 10 Brexit priorities to protect the UK’s food and farming sector.

Cod off the ‘endangered’ list

19-Jul-2017 - British cod is back on the menu and accredited as sustainable, more than a decade after North Sea cod stocks came close to collapse.

Major improvement in pubs' allergen awareness controls

19-Jul-2017 - Allergen awareness in pubs has improved since the introduction of the Food Information to Consumers Regulations (FIC) in 2014, according to new research from the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

One in five diners consider alcohol in deciding where to eat

18-Jul-2017 - Alcoholic drink options are becoming increasingly important in diners choice of restaurants, according to new research by William Grant & Sons. 

Food pub openings July 2017

18-Jul-2017 - The Morning Advertiser takes a look at new pub openings and refurbishments over July so far.

Pub kitchen chip pan blaze sparks advice from fire service

17-Jul-2017 - Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has issued advice for operators to avoid chip pan fires in kitchens after a pub in the county was involved in an incident.

Polish steaks better than British

13-Jul-2017 - Poland was announced the world’s best steak producer, above any other nation, at the annual World Steak Challenge awards earlier this month.

Michelin-starred chef doubles Lancaster Brewery's food sales

13-Jul-2017 - Food sales at Lancaster Brewery sites have doubled after it hired Michelin-starred chef Steven Doherty.

Pub sparks outrage by offering free food to those over 25 stone

13-Jul-2017 - A northern pub famed for its Man v Food challenges has been criticised for offering free food to customers weighing more than 25 stone.

The nation’s favourite pies revealed

11-Jul-2017 - A mixture of sweet and savoury pies varied throughout the nation, according to a survey conducted by delivery company Hungry House.

Crimes against pub food revealed

11-Jul-2017 - From dodgy plate designs to seasonal frivolity, leading pub chefs and patrons tell The Morning Advertiser what their pet peeves are when it comes to serving pub food.

TripAdvisor partners with Deliveroo creating global ‘one-stop shop’

11-Jul-2017 - TripAdvisor will be a “one-stop shop” following the integration of Deliveroo’s restaurant listings on to its review site.

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