News update 5/4/13 - our selection of food and chef stories from the world's press

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 5th April 2013
Jamie Oliver set to reopen Fifteen restaurant after refurbishment The restaurant, which last year celebrated its 10th anniversary, will reopen at the end of April following a complete refurbishment and with former St. John chef Jon Rotheram at the helm cooking a menu of seasonal British food. Read more from Caterer and Hotelkeeper   Hakkasan Group's Chrysan closes after six months Chrysan, one of the most recent additions to the Hakkasan Group in London has ceased trading just six months after it opened. Read more from Caterer and Hotelkeeper   The tiny German town with seven Michelin stars Baiersbronn, a small town in Germany's Black Forest, is on the way to becoming the world's most unlikely restaurant capital. Read more from the New York Times   Army chef commended for feeding 8,000 in Afghanistan Army chef, Regimental Sergeant Major Kevin Timney from Middlesborough, has been commended for co-ordinating the feeding of a staggering 8,000 military personnel in Afghanistan. Read more from Gazette Live  
The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 5th April 2013

News update 5/4/13 - our selection of food and chef stories from the world's press