In each edition, we ask two industry figures to face off on a subject exercising the food world. This time we ask two women who know each other well whether meals are better with company or alone
In addition to our weekly digital Bulletin, here we round up this quarter’s biggest news in the global restaurant and hotel scene. By Amy Tighe.
Welcome to the latest edition of the CODE Quarterly, an issue celebrating the women making waves in the UK hospitality industry. As well as the Top 100 Influential Women list there's stories on career breaks, restaurant and hotel interiors, the rise of vegan businesses, and chefs in schools.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, CODE has today released its 100 Most Influential Women in Hospitality list, judged by Diana Henry, Ewan Venters, Jeremy King, Richard Vines and CODE Hospitality founder Adam Hyman and editor Lisa Markwell.
The list is deliberately not ranked to reflect that influence is shown in many different ways. To read the full list, click here.
How do you reinvent a Mayfair mainstay that’s in need of modernisation, but still wants to be a serious Michelin contender? Adam Hyman looks around The Square to find out
High fashion, cult art and fine food intersect in the world of Michael Chow, one of the world’s best connected and most respected restaurateurs. Lisa Markwell hears about his half-century of success.
In an industry in thrall to the new, sometimes our most old-school restaurants get neglected. Loyd Grossman returns to the fabled India Club.
Just outside Copenhagen is a hotel where workouts, rest and play are all part of the experience. Adam Hyman checks in.
In each edition we ask two industry figures to face off on a subject exercising the food world. This season we turn the spotlight on whether sharing plates or traditional menus are better for the diner...
Its food scene has been influential on the UK for a while now, so Adam Hyman went to Israel’s most happening city to discover its essential stopping-off points
One of the nation’s most loved and trusted chefs hasn’t been in a kitchen for 23 years, but his influence is undimmed. Over lunch, ‘Hoppy’ shares his stories with Lisa Markwell
Welcome to issue 13 of the CODE Quarterly where we celebrate the young stars of the hospitality world, we find Jeremy Lee at his desk, Simon Hopkinson shares his stories with Lisa Markwell and we look at how Borough Market has moved on from June's terror attacks.
CODE’s annual roll-call of young talent is bigger and better than ever. This year we looked all around the country and found so many rising stars in the world of hospitality that it was hard to limit ourselves to just 30... which is why we’ve sneaked in some ‘ones to watch’ too.
It was a terrorist attack that shocked the world – but after attention moves on, how does the community recover? Chloë Hamilton talks to hospitality figures in Borough on the repercussions for their business and their staff.