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Kitchen Linen

  • Restaurant trends that will make it big in 2019

    Eating out is on the rise. According to recent statistics from Kantar Worldpanel, the UK spent around £49 billion on food and non-alcoholic drink that was purchased and consumed outside of the home in 2017, and that figure has only been expanding.

     

    As we head towards the end of the decade, restaurateurs find themselves in a fantastic position to make the most of a general public keen to get out and enjoy new dining experiences. However, it also means coming up with new and exciting ways to engage customers and keep them returning for more. So what are proving to be the big restaurant trends for 2019?

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  • The Kitchen Linen Essentials Required In Busy Restaurants

    Any busy restaurant kitchen needs to be well-organised and supplied with all the essentials required to ensure the business runs like clockwork. There are loads of hidden extras needed to keep restaurant kitchens ticking over and linen items are just one essential supply that should not be neglected.

     

    The numbers and types of linen products in your store cupboards will vary depending upon the size of your catering facility, but the essential items are highlighted below. Continue reading

  • The Rise of the Food Truck Trend and How it can Help your Restaurant

    Food trucks have been taking the catering industry by storm and often they can be a stepping stone to opening a restaurant. However, increasingly the opposite is happening and many restaurants are opening successful food truck businesses alongside their restaurant business. But what benefits could this have for an already established restaurant? Continue reading

  • Great British Table Linen Set featured in Tableware International Magazine

    Our new Great British Table Linen set was recently featured in the March/April issue of Tableware Interantional magazine. You can see what was written below in addition to a link to the magazine. Bed, bath and table linen supplier Richard Haworth has launched its celebration of all things British in 2012 with the latest collection of Union Jack inspired table linens.

    With a red, white and blue colour scheme, the Signature Plus linens have been developed to help hotels and restaurants celebrate the 2012 Olympics and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in style. The set – which is UK manufactured in Lancashire – consists of a tablecloth and four runners. Matching napkins, table skirts, chair covers, bows and sashes are also available. For a more decorative look, attractive fan napkins are also made on request.” Click here to view the magazine.

  • Celebrate the Best of British with the new Table Linen collection

    Celebrate the Best of British in 2012 with the Richard Haworth British table linen collection. Developed to help hotels and restaurants celebrate the 2012 Olympics and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in style.

    The set – which is UK manufactured at Kearsley Mill, Lancashire – consists of a tablecloth and four runners. Matching napkins, table skirts, chair covers, bows and sashes are also available. For a more decorative look, attractive fan napkins (pictured) are also made on request. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth's guide to Easter featured in Essentially Catering

    With Mother's Day and Easter fast approaching, celebrate these occasions the right way with our guide to creating the perfect dining experience. The following article was featured in Essentially Catering."Even before customers have seen a menu, spoken to a waiter or ordered a drink, they see the tables. Raj Ruia, managing director at linen supplier Richard Haworth, advises on how to set the tone.Making customers feel special is a sure-fire way to ensure a first time diner turns into a repeat patron and a regular customer wants to return yet again. Tables that look inviting, luxe and clean, with crisp linens and neutral colour schemes, appeal to customers and immediately create an enjoyable atmosphere.For pubs or other dining venues that are unable to lay linen tablecloths, simply putting linen napkins in place settings adds a touch of class to an occasion and allows diners to feel special. Adding seasonal flowers, such as daffodils, to tables also enhances the feel and shows that you are going out of your way to make a special day even more special. Continue reading

  • Caterer & Hotelkeeper name our EasyValance as a product you had to see at Hotelympia

    The innovative EasyValance was named by Caterer & Hotelkeeper as a product you must see at Hotelympia. A unique way of changing the colour scheme of a bed and drastically reduces the time it takes to change bedding, the EasyValance features a Velcro skirt that fastens on to a base sheet which is provided and placed on top of the divan, skirts can be replaced without the need to move any other bedding. To read the article click here.

  • Richard Haworth at Hotelympia

    Richard Haworth showcased a number of new innovative products at this years Hotelympia event in Excel London. Our stand was a huge success as we showcased products including our Optima finished bed linen, the unique easy change EasyValance and the Great British Table Linen set. Raj Ruia, managing director at Richard Haworth commented: "We’re constantly looking to pioneer new products to save hotels and B&Bs time and money. For example, the EasyValance is the result of many months of development and testing and we’re confident that hotels and B&Bs alike will benefit substantially.”The Richard Haworth stand at Hotelympia 2012

  • New BBC2 show seeks talented hotel and restaurant service staff

    The challenging job of service staff is finally being recognised in a new BBC2 show. Michel Roux's Service, beginning Wednesday 12th January 2011, will see eight newcomers to the industry competing for two places at the prestigious Academy of Food and Wine, to train as a Maitre D' and sommelier. The eight 17 to 24-year olds have never worked in a hotel or restaurant before, and are all currently looking for a career. Continue reading

  • Jamie Oliver's new restaurant may need luxury tablecloths

    Another project for Jamie Oliver

    With a new baby, an Emmy and a popular TV series under his belt already, 2010 has been a great year for Jamie Oliver. However, it's about to get even better. The three-time-winner of the Observer Food Magazine food personality of the year is about to open a brand new restaurant in one of London's most premium areas.

    Barbacoa is a collaborative project with American barbecue chef Adam Perry Lang, and is set to open on November 8th. Continue reading

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