Category Archives: tableware for top restaurants

Tom Aitkens

Tom Aikens relaunches his flagship Tom’s Kitchen, Chelsea restaurant – with Strata Stoneware

Innovative, modern and comfortable environments… this is the core bedrock for Tom Aiken’s unique collection of restaurants. At 26, Tom became the youngest British chef ever to be awarded two Michelin stars. He opened the first brasserie style ‘Tom’s Kitchen’ restaurant in Chelsea in 2006.…

The English House

Marco Pierre White to open new restaurant in Singapore – with the help of Heritage luxury tableware

Heritage Collection continues its growth as a key supplier to the top chefs. Privileged to work with John Williams, Alan Ducasse and Pierre Koffmann to name but a few of our iconic customers… We’re delighted to currently be working with Marco Pierre White on his latest project!…

San Carlo Heritage collaboration

Two Birmingham businesses, San Carlo & Heritage Collection, are working together to create a wonderful city centre dining experience.

Birmingham based San Carlo Group opened its first restaurant back in 1992, in temple street Birmingham. At the time, the humble 20 table restaurant was supplied by fellow brummies, Heritage Silverware. San Carlo went on to open a second restaurant in Bristol in 1996, expanding into Leicester and Manchester in the late 90s.…

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Adam Handling launches second Frog Restaurant in Covent Garden

British chef & restaurateur Adam Handling first rose to fame when he entered and became a finalist in ‘Masterchef, the Professionals’ in 2013. Handling won an Acorn Award in 2013 and was the youngest person to be tipped by the Caterer magazine as one of the “30 under 30 to watch”.…

patina plate from Heritage strata stoneware range as seen as Nobu Shoreditch

Our patina glaze stoneware shows off Japanese cuisine to perfection

As Japanese culture inspired our decor in the eighties and nineties, so Japanese cuisine is inspiring our palates now. Britain has seen the popularity of Japanese cuisine sky-rocket in recent years!

The growth in the trend is thought to be partially due to increasing numbers of UK tourists taking holidays in Asia, making them more open to choosing Asian dishes once back on home turf.…