2016 Top Food + Hospitality Trends
2015 left consumers spoilt for choice when it came to new dining styles, flavours and combinations in the kitchen, and no lid was left unturned for chefs looking to flex their culinary creativity. From cuisine served out of a shipping container that changed location daily to concept style menus adding a new dimension to dining, 2016 promises a new set of directions to shape the culinary scene. So if you love food, what can you expect?
New spins on old favourites
2015 saw the rise of American-style diners that gave way to a resurgence of old favourites like burgers and fries. In 2016, variation will put a new spin on traditional recipes - expect to see ingredients like lobster, crab, duck and truffles make new iterations of classic recipes.