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1 Restaurant Trends, Recession Economy Jenni Muir, Editor Time Out London Eating & Drinking Guide. All images are copyrighted and used with permission of Time Out Ltd.

2 Whats happening, and likely to happen in the world of restaurants Trends relevant to food manufacturers and retailers

3 Recession is a time of opportunity for food retailers and manufacturers as most people eat out less often … but restaurants now realise that too.

4 Restaurants will increasingly incorporate shops and takeaways in their business plans following Sally Clarkes late-1980s lead

5 Delis and traiteurs – dining out at home Tavola (Notting Hill) Handmade Food (Blackheath) Trinity Stores (Balham) Melrose & Morgan (Primrose Hill) Adafina (St Johns Wood) St Helens Food Store (Latimer Road) The Grocer on Elgin (Notting Hill) Winner Best Traiteur Time Out Eating & Drinking Awards 2008

6 Restaurants + Shops Manicomio (Machiavelli food importers) Zafferano Delicatessen (Slow Food + traiteur) Japan Centre (recently expanded, extensive patisserie) The Barnsbury Grocer (Gastropub offshoot) Tom Aikens (Selfridges concession for Toms Kitchen range) York & Albany (forthcoming Gordon Ramsay boutique hotel and shop overseen by Angela Hartnett)

7 Key trends for restaurants CHALLENGES More at-home entertaining, especially outside London Treating self at home High-end restaurants will experience mixed fortunes depending on their individual customer base OPPORTUNITIES In London, a refocus on cheap ethnic restaurants and inexpensive family venues Continuing spread of gastropubs, cafés with a twist, bars with light bites

8 Ready meal potential? Fashionable travel destinations for people in their 20s and 30s Latin America The real Spain

9 East European immigration The Chelski set Eastern Mediterranean crossover à la Baltic / Waitrose Delicatezze

10 Scandinavian food Healthy omega-3s (herring, mackerel, salmon) Rye bread (wheat-free) Strong coffee Chic café environment Varied, inexpensive

11 Everyday oriental Vietnam, Sichuan Inexpensive Hip canteen environments Nutritious: free-from options Nobu / celebrity aspirational connotations

12 British resurgence Local, seasonal, carefully sourced Traditional foods upgraded The big roast New British fine dining Wild ingredients Great British Menu

13 Eco-friendly restaurants and cafés Food and fittings Gourmet vegetarian versus Loadsaveg Saf versus Ottolenghi


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