All Pho articles – Page 7

  • News

    Pho targeting millennial market through Snapchat


    Pho, the Vietnamese restaurant group run by Stephen and Juliette Wall, is targeting the millennial market through targeted use of Snapchat.

  • Red's True Barbeque

    Red’s lines up Newcastle opening


    Fast-growing smokehouse concept Red’s True Barbecue will open its eighth site in Newcastle’s intu Eldon Square complex this October

  • News

    Assenheims 56 goes fourth


    Assenheims 56, the café and coffee shop concept with a South American-twist, is to open its fourth site in the capital

  • News

    Brighton property housing Jamie’s sold for £17m


    Strathclyde Pension Fund has acquired a mixed-use property in Brighton for £17m, in an off-market transaction

  • UberEats

    UberEats launches in London


    Uber’s food delivery service, UberEats, launched in central London today at 11am

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    Graphite acquires NWTC in £50m deal


    Graphite Capital has acquired the fast-growing pub and restaurant business New World Trading Company in a £50m deal

  • Analysis & Insight

    A different class?


    A lack of quality sites for growth and expansion is sadly the restaurant industry’s Achilles heel. A shortage of supply, together with increasing rent and premiums, means that even those with ample funds and considerable appetite are finding it increasingly difficult to achieve returns for investors; and this problem is only likely to amplify as more operators join the bun fight, argues consultant Stephen Evans

  • News

    Souper healthy


    As more diners opt for soup and salads in the US, Darren Tristano takes a look at why customers are looking for healthy main-meal options, but also require them to be comforting, unique and filling

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    The Breakfast Club tops 2016 Growth Tracker


    The Breakfast Club has topped the list of the UK’s eating and drinking-out market’s fastest-growing companies

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    Analysis & Insight

    Ones to watch


    Mark Wingett studies the tea leaves before taking a look at eight concepts that he believes have an interesting 12 months ahead in terms of expansion and establishing themselves in the national consciousness

  • News

    Pho gains Gluten Free accreditation


    Pho has gained Gluten Free accreditation from Coeliac UK for its 17 restaurants across the UK.

  • Outlet growth analysis - January 2015
    Analysis & Insight

    South East Asia takes on America's casual dining foothold


    Expect to see 17 new sites opening a week this year as key operators in the industry continue to expand, M&C Allegra Foodservice’s latest Outlet Growth Analysis report suggests.

  • News

    Pho heading West


    Pho is set to make its debut in the South West, after lining up a site in Bristol

  • News

    Hammerson acquires Birmingham’s Grand Central


    Landlord Hammerson has exchanged contracts with Birmingham City Council to acquire the new Grand Central shopping centre in Birmingham for £335m.

  • News

    Red’s confirmed for Sheffield


    Red’s True Barbecue has confirmed it will open its latest site in Sheffield this spring

  • News

    Citigroup banker and DJ launch raw food concept


    A London DJ and a Citigroup veteran have teamed up to launch a raw food and cold press juice concept in St Pauls.

  • News

    EAT makes menu additions


    EAT has announced several new additions to its hot food menus at all of its sites

  • News

    Tindall set to become CDG FD


    Zoe Tindall is set to step down as group finance director at Soho House to become finance director at the Casual Dining Group

  • Red's True Barbecue

    Red’s secures further investment


    Red’s True Barbecue has secured a further £9m of investment as it looks to open a further eight to 10 sites over the next two years

  • Duncan Garrood

    Operator review of the year


    We asked some of the leading lights of the eating and drinking out sector to review 2015 and also tells us what they think the biggest opportunities and challenges of 2016 are going to be