Discover new products and trends at The Restaurant Show

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For three days Earls Court Two in London will be transformed into a new product and trend discovery hub for establishments with a food and drink offering.

Running from October 6 to 8, The Restaurant Show will bring together the industry’s hottest talent including top chefs, restaurateurs and foodservice owners, the show provides a unique platform to source the latest product launches, network with industry peers and uncover push-button trends that will take foodservice provision to the next level.

Tom Kerridge, chef patron at The Hand & Flowers in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, said: “The Restaurant Show is a really important event in the calendar. It’s a brilliant opportunity to find the latest innovation and ideas and network with friends and colleagues. I’m really looking forward to taking part again this year as there’s always such a vibrant atmosphere at the show.”

Elizabeth Rigden, The Restaurant Show commercial manager, said: “Our suppliers offer everything from basic breakfast items to high-end ingredients and top shelf liquors, as well as retro furniture to feed visitors ideas for their businesses. The show attractions are also designed to offer insight into key trends such as healthy eating, provenance and free-from, all of which will be impacting menu design over the coming years.”

At the show more than 350 suppliers will showcase their most recent launches with visitors able to source everything from food and drink products to EPOS and furniture for a 360 degree experience. Visitors can also glean information in the Centre Stage theatre where cooking demonstrations with leading chefs, panel debates on hot industry topics, and food and drink matching will provide plenty of food for thought; while visitors can take a break in Street Food Feast to learn about and sample the best of the booming street food scene.

Celebrating excellence, the show hosts the finals of the National Chef of the Year and Young National Chef of the Year 2014. The National Chef of the Year competition, running since 1972, is one of the UK’s most respected and sought after culinary titles, awarding the crème de la crème in the chef community.

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