One of the hottest trends at the moment in the gourmet scene is the pursuit of locally grown and seasonal ingredients. The idea of stocking a restaurant’s larder with ingredients that are in season is really taking off – especially due to an interest in sustainability and supporting local producers and growers.
There are a number of advantages to using ingredients that are in-season.
Will Noma retain its crown as the world’s best restaurant? / Image: Noma / Mikkel Heriba
Here at TRULY, our resident tastemakers are always keeping abreast of the latest trends on the restaurant scene. We thought it would be a shame not to share some of our insider secrets, so here comes an overview of the restaurants to watch in 2015.
Despite what some might think, 2014 wasn’t a bad year. We saw the opening of the likes of City Social, Marcus Wareing’s ‘flawless’ establishment at the Berkeley, and the widely successful Fera at Claridge’s. In retrospect, 2015 has a lot to live up to. Early indications suggest, however, that it just might.
With so many of Britain’s role model chefs in their mid-to-late 40s, one has to wonder where the next generation will emerge from. Gordon Ramsay alone endures so many verbal battles he must have shaven off at least a few years from his career. Fortunately however, it looks like the future of British cuisine will be studded with fresh and interesting new characters.