Over the last 30 years The Restaurant Show has established itself as a major force in the hospitality industry. The inclusion of Bar and Pub and Catering Equipment Expo, running alongside the main event at Olympia London, broadens the event’s appeal and means there really is something for everyone. From 1st – 3rd October, this really is the place to find inspiration, learn about the latest trends, source products and suppliers or simply network with friends and colleagues.
Register for The Restaurant Show and you’ll automatically have access to over 100s of industry experts and suppliers all under one roof.
Food & drink for thought
A visit to The Restaurant Show wouldn’t be complete without an opportunity to sample some special produce and try a few of the industry’s newest food and drink launches. UK based Sproutd Foods on stand US77 will be showcasing their high quality freshly sprouted products who’s versatility can instantly boost your menu. Whilst, for a sweeter treat, head over to stand UW70 to sample the delicious wares from The Handmade Cake Company Ltd including a vegan, gluten free blackcurrant crumble slice.
The show will see a vast array of craft beers and ales on display, including Black Storm Brewery on stand UH60. Visit this independent British brewery’s stand to sample their palate-forward real ales, available in bottles, cans, kegs and casks.
Refreshing your interior is as important as refreshing your menu, and as always there’s a world of interiors inspiration to explore at The Restaurant Show.
Andy Thornton Ltd on stand GG29 have been exhibiting at The Restaurant Show for more than 25 years and this year are launching a new 386 page catalogue at the event filled, filled with inspiration for your contract furniture and lighting. Meanwhile for that on-trend, rustic look, check out RoughStuff on stand UN19, the company’s boards and food displays are simple by design, natural and handmade. These boards are unique, made from a single piece of English oak, kiln-dried to a set moisture level and treated with anti-bacterial food safe oil.
Crucial catering equipment
If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about modernist cooking techniques, from sous vide to using a smoking gun, then the sought-after Modernist Culinary Demonstration is a must. Demonstrations take place twice daily on the SousVide Tools stand GC21, under the direction of two award-winning development chefs. Register your interest and book online as places are limited and provided on a first come first served basis.
Don’t miss the industry’s ultimate diary date
Visit this year’s event and you’re sure to leave enthused about the industry and full of ideas to take back to your own establishment. Register to visit for free here. Doors open next week.