Pub Food

Peaks and troughs: independent and branded pubs continue battle for footfall

Managed pub traffic boost contrary to independent decline

By Nicholas Robinson

Independent pub operators have taken a further hit in the food footfall battle, as branded operations increased custom despite an overall market decline, potentially drawing further attention to pubcos strengthening their managed estates.

The sauce: what's your flavour?

In association with Unilever

Our guide to getting saucy

By Emma Eversham

Condiments may be regarded by many as a side note or afterthought, but operators across the country are finding that they can in fact be key to repeat business.

International Women's Day: chefs at the top of pub food game

International Women's Day

Women who lead in pub kitchens

By Nicholas Robinson

As a society, we are working harder than ever to ensure equality and diversity in every aspect of business. Unfortunately, though, there is still a way to go before true equality is achieved.

International Women's Day: Sally Abé

International Women's Day

How the Harwood Arms' head chef Sally Abé got there

By Emily Hawkins

London's only Michelin-starred gastropub is headed by Sally Abé. In this feature, supported by Knorr, she gives advice on how to get to the top and argues that we need to challenge the "macho image" of kitchens.

International Women's Day: Donna Berry

International Women's Day

How Donna Berry became the chef she is today

By Emily Hawkins

Donna Berry is a straight talker and will not let anyone disrespect her or her staff. In this feature, supported by Knorr, Donna outlines her career and accolades so far.