Premium Hospitality

There are a multitude of operational details, large and small, to balance when you’re in the restaurant and hospitality business, and robust financial management is a vital pillar of achieving success. Each element must be carefully planned, measured, and monitored – there’s little, if any, room for error.


We understand and respect the sheer graft that goes into a hospitality business; the hours, the discipline and the dedication required to be successful. By managing the financial details and planning for them, we free up our client to focus on the running of the business, expansion and innovations. We match our support to their needs, advising on both day-to-day and high-level issues, and take a leading role in financial decisions, where needed.

Since the height of the restaurant boom, we’ve been advisors to international hospitality groups entering the UK market, including the first to be floated on the London Stock Exchange. Our experience in this area is unique amongst accountants and it’s why we are widely viewed as one of the top premium hospitality advisors in the UK.

  • 42,477

    The number of restaurants open in the UK in 2023

    Source: IBISWorld
  • $22.8bn

    The market size of full-service restaurants in the UK in 2023

    Source: IBISWorld
  • 80

    The number of London restaurants with Michelin stars

    Source: Michelin Guide, 2024


When choosing the best business structures, investing in premises, making acquisitions and raising finance, our experience and industry insights are hugely valuable to clients. We are always thinking ahead, anticipating and asking the right questions to flag issues, solve problems and help them to make the right strategic decisions.

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