At the Cutting Edge

What are some of the major factors driving design and innovation in new types of kitchen knives for professional kitchens? Donald Gasper talks to some...

Fit for Business

Increasingly hotels have realised their interest lies in keeping their guests fit as more than half of all travellers exercise. Victoria Burrows on this...

Setting the long Table

Diners are demanding more from their buffets besides quality. They want innovations, instagram worthy settings, drama and style. Stepping in are companies with innovative...

Raising the (mini)bar

The guest room minibar has been through some ups and downs in its 50-year history writes James Stephen. There’s plenty of life left in...

Fashion Forward

The clothes make the man. This centuries old proverb is well applied to the hospitality industry, where everyone from the general manager to cleaning...

Safety in Numbers

Hotel guests want the assurance of total security for their valuables when not in their room, but prefer unobtrusive aesthetics when they are. How...

Resorting to Serendipity

Sri Lanka’s rapidly evolving hospitality industry has added Anantara Kalutara Resort to its list of offerings. The resort’s strong character and identity is underpinned...

The Right Mix

As long as the mixer comes with the latest technology and improved reliability does it actually make any difference to the end product? Vicki...

Cutting Edge

Forged from a single piece of steel with sleek and ergonomically curved rosewood handles, the Grand Maître Rosewood kitchen knives and carving fork are...

Morphing Spaces

Monetising outdoor spaces in the hospitality sector is all about effective use of furniture that is versatile, durable and stylish. Victoria Burrows reports. Outdoor hospitality...

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