‘A small courtesy to ring’ - restaurants’ plea for empathy as no-show diners are criticised

‘A small courtesy to ring’ - restaurants’ plea for empathy as no-show diners are criticised Restaurateurs and hoteliers in Norfolk have urged customers to have empathy with the industry after national criticism of no-show diners. Earlier this week, television chef Tom Kerridge criticised 27 people who did not turn up to the Corinthia Hotel in London without letting them know. Just days later, well-known chef Paul Ainsworth also slammed 27 dinners who failed to attend his Cornwall pub in one da

The restaurants and cafés selling leftovers on the cheap to cut food waste

The restaurants and cafés selling leftovers on the cheap to cut food waste A desire to cut back on food waste has seen eco-conscious restaurants and cafés rely on technology to sell leftover goods for a fraction of the price. One of a handful of similar schemes, the Too Good To Go app was launched in 2016, offering restaurants a way of selling food left at the end of the day instead of throwing it away. As of Tuesday, there were 18 restaurants and cafés listed across Norfolk, though 13 of tho
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