The Woods Foodservice Blog

The latest news and updates from Woods Foodservice

Chef Bio: Claude Bosi

Chef Bio: Claude Bosi

“Throughout my career, I have always worked closely with my suppliers‎. Their knowledge and access to the type of produce I look for is key to making that successful connection to the source. It’s a tough market to be in, and working with chefs, in general, requires a... read more
Exciting developments at Old Spitalfields Market

Exciting developments at Old Spitalfields Market

Exciting Developments at Old Spitalfields Market.  A lunchtime walk through the iconic Spitalfields Market is an East London institution and picking up a bite to eat has always been a highlight. The site has been undergoing a huge revamp with phase one of the... read more
Rungis Market: Paris

Rungis Market: Paris

Getting a sense of scale: Rungis is the largest wholesale market for fresh produce in the world. To get a sense of what that actually means you need to consider that Rungis covers 232 hectares, has its own railway station and motorway exit. Everyday fresh fish, meat,... read more
Videos from our Sosa Ingredients Demo

Videos from our Sosa Ingredients Demo

Sosa Ingredients Demo Day At Woods Foodservice we strive to offer our clients the very best ingredients as well as the best service. As part of this, we encourage our clients to attend our regular demo days in our specially build development kitchen at our head... read more
Chef Bio: Tom Aikens

Chef Bio: Tom Aikens

Our third chef Bio covers Tom Aikens, the now iconic London chef with his own 6 site chain of restaurants under the title of Tom’s Kitchen, 2 further stand-alone restaurants in Hong Kong: The Fat Pig and Pawn, as well as a family-oriented restaurant in Dubai. Tom is... read more
Chef Bio: Ross Shonhan

Chef Bio: Ross Shonhan

This week on the Woods Blog we’re featuring the acclaimed chef Ross Shonhan, creator of Flesh and Buns and The Bone Daddies. Formerly of Nobu and Zuma, Shonhan is a 6’4” Australian Chef with a passion for Japan and Japanese food. That passion for Japanese food began... read more
Chef Bio: Dan Doherty

Chef Bio: Dan Doherty

“Not many people have the luxury to do what they love. I am one of the lucky ones…” In this, our first of a series of blog posts about London Chefs. We’re featuring Dan Doherty, Head Chef of the incredible Duck & Waffle, London’s first 24-7 gourmet dining... read more
Farewell to London Food Month

Farewell to London Food Month

The 1st of July marked the end of the first ever London Food Month. And after 30 days and nights of breakfasts, lunches, dinners, supper clubs and midnight feasts across the city over 100,000 Londoners and visitors attended the biggest ever celebration of the... read more
Nobu opens its first hotel in Europe

Nobu opens its first hotel in Europe

Opening this month is Shoreditch is Nobu Hotel Shoreditch, the latest addition to the renowned Japanese restaurant and hotel group, founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper. The hotel will feature the third Nobu restaurant in London. Seating 240 and... read more
Annabel’s re-opens with 3 top chefs

Annabel’s re-opens with 3 top chefs

The iconic London member’s club; Annabel’s, which was originally founded in 1963 is set to re-open two doors down from its original address in Berkeley Square. The new space, a 26,000 sq ft, the four-storey venue will include a garden restaurant on the terrace that... read more

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