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Middle Eastern hummus grows in popularity; big food giants eye payday!

This month I spent a week in West London before returning to the Far East. It was a mixture of work, pleasure and early morning work-outs by the Thames (much recommended!) I walked as much as possible but when using public transport rode the bus more than the tube. The view is better, the buses …

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Waitrose reaches for the Wasabi, slices up the Sushi and hey presto!

By all accounts Waitrose had a good Olympics. Sales of sushi soared on the back of the Sushi Daily partnership, a shop-in-shop concept available in larger stores; and heavy coverage of the Tokyo Olympics on BBC TV. According to the Grocer, a UK trade magazine, Waitrose saw much heavier online shopper traffic to its ‘entertainment’ …

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Hamayuu is the first authentic Japanese restaurant to open in Chester, and it’s booming!

Last weekend I visited old friends in Chester, England. Chester is one of the country’s historical gems, originally settled by the Romans; an old city wall which still encircles the city, a stunning cathedral and an eclectic range of shops. This year the city welcomed its first Japanese restaurant. It’s called Hamayuu. It was impossible …

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Join the queue for the latest Japanese udon in London!

These was the scene last week when Marugame Udon opened its doors in London. Japanese people certainly know how to queue and so do Brits! Marugame Udon is a j/v between Toridoll (the Japanese parent company) and Capdesia a UK entity. There are relatively few Udon restaurants in the UK today, Sushi is far more …

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