As 2022 draws to a close, it's time to look ahead to next year, and to all the things you’re going to be eating, drinking and experiencing in 2023.
Innovation in no-lo drinks will continue to drive the sector forwards, while TikTok is the new go-to for young people seeking dining out inspiration. Home cooks meanwhile will be experimenting with Korean dishes and forgotten animal cuts and breeds (fish heads are where it’s at), whilst indulging in ‘swalty’ snacks and chugging influencer energy drinks.
We will also see restaurants continue to prioritise staff welfare, Canada’s star on the rise and a return to modernist cooking. And are you ready for potato milk?
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