Pub Food

International Women's Day: Stosie Madi

International Women's Day

Stosie Madi on her career so far

By Emily Hawkins

Lancashire-based gastropub chef and owner Stosie Madi is whirlwind, who uses her travels to inform her menu creation. In this piece supported by Knorr, Madi reveals the secrets to her success.

International Women's Day: Emily Watkins

International Women's Day

How did Emily Watkins reach the top?

By Emily Hawkins

Nationally-acclaimed chef Emily Watkins tells her story, gives advice to others who want to reach the top and reveals her plans for the future in this piece for International Women's Day, supported by Knorr.

Sold: Emily Watkins sells the Kingham Plough

Kingham Plough sold by Emily Watkins

By Nicholas Robinson

Gastropub the Kingham Plough has been sold by Emily Watkins and her husband and business partner Miles Lampson, having spent 12 years building the iconic award-winning business.

Right to reply: the Plume of Feathers has hit back at one-star reviews on TripAdvisor (image credit: Google Maps)

Operator’s tirade over TripAdvisor reviews

By Nikkie Sutton

One licensee has responded to a series of one-star TripAdvisor reviews, slamming each one, describing one user as “a little child” and criticising another on their use of exclamation marks.

To deliver or not to deliver?: Is delivery an opportunity or a threat to pubs?

Food delivery: disaster or opportunity for pubs?

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs are failing to tap into the rising food delivery trend, with only a few pub companies adopting it, despite it cannibalising the eating-out market and growing by 13% to a value of £8.1bn, new analysis has claimed.

Time flies: there have been a multitude of influences on dining in pubs

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What has influenced the evolution of pub food?

By Michelle Perrett

Food in pubs across Britain has always been a movable feast, basic in some locations, high-end in others. But one thing is for sure, it has never stood still and it continues to evolve today.

Tackling child hunger: pubs and restaurants across Merseyside are asking customers to add a donation

Businesses join forces to end child hunger

By Emily Hawkins

Hospitality businesses across Merseyside are being encouraged to tackle child hunger by asking customers to add a donation to a youth centre to their bill.