Food from Britain

PubChef Awards 2005 - Food from Britain

By Max Gosney

Food from Britain is the second category cook-off in the PubChef awards. Our five finalists focus on using quality British regional produce. Max...

Sea feud

Battle of the chefs - Sea feud

By Max Gosney

Seafood takes centre stage as this month's battle pitches the head chef of the Bridge at Fenny, Milton Keynes, against her sous chef. Max Gosney...

Core menu

Great Pub Chefs - Core menu

By Mark Taylor

At the Apple Tree in south Shropshire, a French-style plat du jour set menu is the order of the day. Mark Taylor reports. In a sleepy corner of south...

Chef news

Starters - Chef news

Pub owners Tom and Ed Martin have launched their third venue, the Gun at Coldharbour in London's Docklands. The brothers have revamped the...

Chefs’ specials

Chefs' specials

Majestic queen of the seas This recipe comes from Mark Broadbent at the Oak, Westbourne Park Road, London. If you can't find tinkerbell chillies use...

A world of difference

Great Pub Chefs - A world of difference

By Max Gosney

British cuisine with an international edge is helping Laurence Cohen prove how far pub cuisine has moved on. Max Gosney reports. At a pub located...

Chef news

Starters - Chef news

London gastro pub The Highgate has revamped its restaurant and menu. Owners, the Kushti Group, has switched the layout at its Kentish Town venue,...

FoodSmiths go head

Battle of the chefs - FoodSmiths go head

In the first of a new series where we challenge two pub chefs to a kitchen cook-off against each other, we visit the Fountain Hotel in Tenbury Wells,...

Spanning the spectrum

Great pub chefs - Spanning the spectrum

By Nigel Huddleston

There's no pigeon-holing the Lamb Inn in West Wittering - Tim Powell is determined to cater for all types of tastes, as Nigel Huddleston reports. If...

Chef news

Chef news

A Salisbury pub has celebrated opening its new restaurant by serving 72 meals in an hour and a half. The Kings Arms in Dowton relaunched following a...