What, how and when will we be eating in 2018


What, how and when will we be eating in 2018 With the clocks going back this weekend, hopes of an Indian British Summer fades as the Autumn dark nights draw in. It’s also the time of the year when everything has to be Halloween theme and the more cerebral types stay teetotal for charity ...



Justice for Zed


Renard Resources had the privilege of attending a memorial for Zed Madnek a couple of weeks ago. He was a valued client and friend, working for Harbour & Jones, which runs the catering at the Royal Institute of British Architects headquarters in central London. The purpose of the event was to ...



An evening worth Waiting for


Having visited the much-hyped Chiltern Firehouse for my Girlfriend’s birthday, it highlighted to me how much a waiter can truly make or break your dining experience. My experience at the Chiltern Firehouse proved to me that when done well these is a real art to being an accomplished waiter. ...



The importance of Hostess in Restaurant industry


Have you ever found yourself in a situation when visiting a new restaurant once entering the main door you feel a bit intimidated, a bit lost and confused as you do not know where to head to present your arrival? A familiar feeling huh? When visiting a new place for whatever reason, whether it is a ...



The Importance of Uniforms in Hotels


If you are in the hospitality industry, you’ll know just how important your brand image is. It forms part of your service to your customers, so having the right clothing is very important. Hotel’s need to put a lot of time and effort into their uniform choices and think about how it can ...



Instagram – a restaurateur’s friend or foe?


Instagram is arguably one of the biggest photo sharing sites globally and can either be a restauranteur’s asset or a massive liability. These days you simply have to go online to see pictures of ‘food porn’ everywhere. There’s a massive trend of posting pictures of delicious ...



Chefs Shortage


Where have all the chefs gone??!!! I have been working in the catering & hospitality sector of recruitment for nearly 2 years now. I am slowly feeling the effects of the shortage of chefs in London. As a resourcer one of my main tasks is to be constantly recruiting especially for chefs. However ...



Being a temp Kitchen Porter


Being a temp Kitchen Porter   “What does a temporary kitchen porter job consist of?” This is a typical text message I receive on a daily bases. I work in the back of house temporary department and we deal with so many different skills, backgrounds and personality. I found ...



Reduced working hours in Restaurants – An increasingly common tactic across the UK – but for what end?


Reduced working hours in Restaurants – An increasingly common tactic across the UK – but for what end? It is no secret the recruiting for quality chefs at the moment is an almost impossible job – the demand far exceeds the supply and restauranteurs are having to make ...



Sunday Lunch in the Country


Sunday Lunch in the Country   Going out for a Sunday roast is somewhat of a tradition our family, along with many families living in Britain. It’s the heart of the week where the family from generations can get together to catch up on the weekly events and talk about future plans. ...

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