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Music passion, restaurant fashion

Michael Gottlieb is a renowned restaurateur who would have been a music man had he not had a natural flair for hospitality. Despite achievements he does not class himself as having an abundance of passion for restaurants, he simply enjoys them, and the hunger that drives him is towards business success.

Learning from the sport culture

“Since the beginning of 2018, IndiCater has been proudly sponsoring several events with international sports stars. We have been incredibly lucky to have had sports men and women from a variety of disciplines. We have all learnt lots and believe the sports world can provide fascinating learning for our own industry.”

Breakfast Briefing – The latest hospitality news

“It is a Friday afternoon on the Daily Telegraph comment desk, early June, 2012. The phone rings. I pick up. The ensuing conversation goes something like this. “Hello?” “Ah, yes. Yes. Um … hello … it’s …um … “ “Hi Boris, what’s up?” “It’s just … um … ah … about this Sunday … “ “What about it, Boris?” “Well, the thing is I … ah … might have to file my column a bit later than usual. You see, I’ll be … um … on a boat with the … um … well … the Queen.

This was not welcome news. Boris Johnson warning he would be filing late was like Quentin Tarantino warning his next film would be violent. Boris always filed late.”

Eating in Italy: Off the beaten track

You’ve probably been to Italy, wandered round the Colosseum, tasted some delicious food and enjoyed an Aperol spritz or two, possibly been to the opera or taken a Tuscan wine tour. All fantastic experiences, but for those of us working in hospitality it’s valuable to have different experiences, get off the beaten track and see a side of Italian food and drink that we might...