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The Observer Magazine - - Food & Drink -

The Lucky Onion group, owned by Su­perdry founder Ju­lian Dunker­ton, dom­i­nates Chel­tenham the way Jeremy Mog­ford’s restau­rants dom­i­nate Ox­ford. They do so very ef­fi­ciently. Try the restau­rant at bou­tique ho­tel 131. It’s solid bistro food: there’s the likes of dev­illed white­bait to start, fol­lowed by lamb rump with salsa verde or whole roast wood pi­geon. Hearty stuff ( theluck­y­onion.com ).

A re­port by ad­min­is­tra­tors ators for Jamie Oliver’s failed d restau­rant Bar­be­coa re­veals cred­i­tors are owed around £3m. But the busi­ness has less than this in as­sets. The ad­min­is­tra­tors there­fore ex­pect ‘the value of the cred­i­tor’s fund may be in the re­gion of £38,863’. Thus, for ev­ery £1 they are owed, cred­i­tors will see 1p. Jamie Oliver Hold­ings has made funds avail­able to set­tle et­tle the claims of the 166 6 staff made re­dun­dant.

Sut­ton and Sons, an n east Lon­don fish and chip p shop, is to turn one of its out­lets in Hack­ney en­tirely ve­gan. Ba­nana blos­som mar­i­nated ar­i­nated in seaweed will be used sed in place of fish, along­side gside ve­gan bat­tered sausages sages ( sut­to­nand­sons.co.uk uk ).

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