Hospitality/Leisure

DINERS believe food that’s brightly lit tastes better, researchers have discovered.  In an experiment at a fine-dining restaurant in the Netherlands, scientists found that guests eating under bright ambient light perceived the overall taste of the dish as more intense as opposed to those exposed to the dim lighting. The findings could force a rethink of...
Hospitality/Leisure

LIGHTING IS the most important element of a successful food and beverage concept, a top hotelier has declared. Emma Banks, vice president of food and beverage strategy and development at Hilton in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, says that good lighting design ‘can elevate an average design’ and bad lighting can ‘destroy the aesthetics...