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HB 131 a
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Championing British ingredients and home cooked produce, Honest Burgers has fast earned a glowing reputation in London, one that it now wants to spread further afield

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MSW 131 a
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Leaving his life as a dairy farmer behind, the leap of faith taken by Ron Mounsey has resulted in the Carmarthen resident becoming the franchisee of McDonald’s South West Wales’ 15 lucrative restaurant

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CG 128 a
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By utilising exciting and innovative new concepts, solutions and menu offerings, the Chopstix Group has embarked on a bold relaunch of the brand which is already reaping rewards in the form of sales, customer awareness and international growth

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NK 128 a
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Serving freshly prepared food & drink in a relaxed and friendly environment, Natural Kitchen has proven a hit for hungry Londoners and visitors alike

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MB 127 a
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First class ingredients, high-quality product development and the embrace of innovative technologies have come together to form the recipe for Max Burgers’ success and global expansion

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BH 126 c
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Inspired by its founders love affair with the staple food of the great American diner, Byron Hamburgers has spent the last ten years introducing millions of British customers to the simple joys of the hamburger

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ACI 125 a
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Anglian Country Inns (ACI) is proud to maintain a group of extremely high quality and well-respected hospitality establishments and is branching out into other areas

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Macdonald 123 a
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Through an ongoing focus on traceability, quality and close partnerships with suppliers, Macdonald Hotels is building up an individual reputation for excellence in its restaurants across the UK and Ireland

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Recognising an opportunity to develop a new dining experience, Thai Leisure Group is rapidly establishing itself with leading new brands in the restaurant sector

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A new poll reveals a mixed bag when it comes to Britain’s view on allowing canines into cafes and restaurants. The Restaurant Club, a scheme supporting local restaurateurs over chains monopolising the high street, posed the question to its 11,000 strong fine dining group.

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