Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we catch up with some of the nominees from last month’s Casual Dining Design Awards 2014 and profile Chroma; the largest flooring supplier in Great Britain.
We also find out more about London’s impressive Roka Mayfair restaurant. On the 26th and 27th February casual dining became the focus of the hospitality world when the UK’s first dedicated trade event for the casual dining sector launched into action. The event took place at the Business Design Centre, Islington and included the much talked about Casual Dining Design Awards 2014.
The awards comprised three categories – Best Designed Independent Restaurant 2014, Best Designed Multiple Restaurant 2014 and Best Designed Casual Dining Pub 2014 – and shortly after the awards took place, Premier Hospitality spoke to a number of architects who received nominations. This month we showcase some of these fantastic projects, including The Breakfast Club and Rosa’s Thai Café.
This month we take a look at Chroma’s impressive portfolio which has seen the firm work alongside companies all over the world. The team supply flooring products to customers from all market sectors and offer the interiors industry a one-stop solution with an eclectic array of stunning floor finishes. The ever-expanding company is proud to have worked with international embassies of the world, iconic boutique hotels and some of the largest bedroom providers in the industry.
And finally, Roka Mayfair is chef Rainer Becker‘s latest venture and as the founder and owner of Zuma and Oblix at The Shard, Roka Mayfair has a lot to live up to. Opening in March this year the venue serves up a selection of dishes from the Japanese Robatayaki cuisine. Roka Mayfair is the third restaurant to open under the Roka name and follows successful openings in Charlotte Street and Canary Wharf. A fourth site is located in Pacific Place, Hong Kong. Seemingly Roka is set to take over the world.