About Us

What makes us different?

Simply put, we know chefs. We know hospitality and we know foodservice.  Having decades of experience within the foodservice sector, we have in depth knowledge of just what it takes to make your mark in this fantastic world of hospitality. We are not just journalists. We are story tellers. 

By combining real industry experience with our team of creatives in digital, photography and film we are in a unique position that separates us from our competitors. Our readers and followers know the difference, they know that behind every article, every feature and every social media post is a wealth of insider knowledge that our competitors simply do not have.

We have made a difference, and we will continue to do so. The feedback from the chef community is that we raise their profiles both in and out of the industry. The feedback from our media partners is that we are the community that makes a difference to their brand.  Our reach is not restricted to the UK. We have titles in both the USA and the Middle East. We share your stories, celebrate your achievements and bring your name, or brand to a global audience.

Our written content is unique, created solely for us. We are not in the habit of simply regurgitating content from other newspapers or websites. That does not interest us at all – we are fully in charge of our creatives. We create the best, for you. 

But don’t just take our word for it. Ask any professional chef which of the UK publications they aspire to be in, and our name will come up time and time again. Ask them why, and the answer will be because of our content, our design, our approach to advertising. Other publications get tossed in the recycling, or posts deleted. Ours – well you are collecting them and building libraries.  

Chef & Restaurant Magazine – a critical part of your brigade.


“It’s our secret weapon – if we want to know what other Chefs are thinking, or doing – what ingredients, or new equipment is at the forefront of the industry, this is where we look” – Gareth Ward, Ynyshir