Pub Chefs

Feeling the heat: pub chefs could be affected by TV shows

'Perfect' TV food puts chefs under too much pressure

By Nikkie Sutton

Pub chefs are under increased pressure to compete with TV cookery programmes and present their food in the 'perfect' way, exclusive research from The Morning Advertiser has shown.

Sargeant sets out on consistent cooking campaign with Brakes


Sargeant sets out food mission plans with Brakes

By Nicholas Robinson

Ex-Restaurant Gordon Ramsay chef Mark Sargeant has revealed plans with foodservice supplier Brakes to help lower-skilled pub chefs develop high-quality menus they can deliver easily and consistently.

Demand for meat-free food is on the up and is going to continue to rise

What’s next for vegetarian food in pubs?

By Nicholas Robinson

More people are considering meat-free dishes when they eat out and want to see more choice on the menu. Michelle Perrett unearths a potential new order

Customer demands leave a bitter taste for pub chefs

Everyone is a critic and don’t pub chefs know it. With disregard for the time and care that goes into devising dishes, customers will demand that peas be removed in favour of beans, the sauce is served on the side and could the chicken be moved a little...

Craft Guild of Chefs: awards time

Pub chefs up for Craft Guild Awards

By Lesley Foottit

Three top pub chefs have been shortlisted for this year's prestigious Craft Guild of Chef Awards (CGC), which take place on 24 June.