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Hotelympia 2018 in pictures

Our very own CEO, Anita Murray was let loose on Hotelympia this year. So we took a (pre-approved) scroll through her camera roll to recap on her standout… well, stands. Hot under the collar The foodservice equipment area was a veritable hotbed of testosterone – naked flames barbequed great slabs of meat and pizzas were […]

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A delicious day at Délifrance UK

Recently some of the William Murray team travelled to new client Délifrance’s offices in Southall for a delicious on-boarding session and a first-hand look at inspired bakery. The day started, as every day should, with coffee and impeccable viennoiserie. From perfectly crafted croissants to beautiful butter pains au chocolat, there was plenty to go around. […]

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Building on a classic

With a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory inspired Afternoon tea at One Aldwych to the Sanderson Hotel’s Mad Hatter’s Afternoon tea, several high end hotels have introduced themed teas catered to a younger audience due to an increasingly competitive market*. So when we saw these new patisserie designs by Dinara Kasko, architect turned patisserie chef, […]

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From the floor – Casual Dining 2017

Feast your eyes on Casual Dining 2017. We show you the sights, and share industry views from the floor on what consumers really want.

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Location Location Location

It’s a universal truth that a restaurant or bar lacking possession of good footfall is doomed to a premature finale. Get the location wrong, and sweet success can slip through your fingers, no matter how cool your concept. Right? Well rules are there to be broken, and every once in a while, a business comes […]

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Britain’s best pub roast revealed

The best pub roast in the UK has been revealed in a dramatic close to British Roast Dinner Week – sponsored by KNORR® and supported by Colman’s®. The winning pub is Bunch of Grapes, Pontypridd, Wales. Bunch of Grapes fought off strong competition from the other regional winners, wowing judges with its fresh, locally sourced […]

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Sans gluten? Pas de probleme…

With much of the nation caught up in heated debate about all things European at the moment, we can find solace in the fact that a love of food transcends geopolitical boundaries. Good food brings people together, whatever the cuisine, the occasion or the nationality of the diners and chefs! Arguably, food in the UK […]

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Appy Meals

You know the feeling. One (or four) pints too many the night before and suddenly you’ve awoken, looking and feeling like a shrivelled up and poorly version of your former self. One thing is on your mind, the ever enticing next day recovery meal, but as the hours slip away and breakfast thoughts turn to […]

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2015 food facts

Five food facts from 2015

As the calendar year draws to a close, now’s the time many of us take to reflect on the year that’s passed. As foodies, here at William Murray our reflections mainly involve, you guessed it, food! So here’s five fun, frivolous and fricking awesome food facts we learnt in 2015: 1. The perfect burger is […]

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Tomorrow’s Food: a look at the future of food

BBC One’s three-part series Tomorrow’s Food launched in November, presented by Dara O Briain.  We’re always keeping an eye out for the next big food trends as well as key industry developments so were excited to find out what the future might have in store. From tomatoes grown without soil to food that never goes […]

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