Premium Chinese restaurant chain Tattu was the high highest-ranking hospitality business in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100.

The Manchester-based company has seen sales rise by 61.07% in the last three years.

However temporary closure of its four restaurants due to lockdown will result in sales falling to £12m this year.

Boxpark was the second highest-ranking at 52, having grown sales 57.68% in the last three years.

Beavertown Brewery was number 65, with growth of 49.42%. The brewery opened a new 129,000 sq ft facility in August, capable of producing 90 million pints a year.

BrewDog was at 80, with growth of 44.08%. The Scottish brewer and bar operator became carbon negative in August, and is planting a million trees

Junkyard Golf Club was at 83 with growth of 42.86% and plans to open a sixth crazy golf venue in Newcastle next year

Several meal kit brands were listed in the ones to watch category, including vegan meal delivery brand Allplants, which has raised £14.3m from investors including Felix Capital, which backed Deliveroo.

Parsley Box ready meals can be cupboard-stored for six months for the elderly, and is backed by Mobeus to the tune of £3m.

Pasta Evangelists, a meal kit delivery and subscription service has raised £5.2m from investors including Pembroke VCT, which backed Five Guys, and celebrity chef Prue Leith.