• Review: The Coal Shed, London

    The Coal Shed, located on the river banks of the Thames and only a stones throw from London Bridge, it is a venue which deserves a place on everyone’s top riverside dining list in London. Located at One Tower Bridge, it acts as the perfect…
    London
    View Post
    Share:

    Review: Indian Accent, Mayfair London

    In 2017 Indian Accent opened its doors in Mayfair, spreading its wings beyond it’s already established New York and award winning location in New Delhi. With their beautifully curated menus best described as inventive and oozing glamour, Indian Accent marries the flavours and traditions of…
    London
    View Post
    Share:

    Private Dining Heaven, Smiths of Smithfield

    From brunches and brews, through to cocktails and destination dining, back with a bang is Farringdons four floor, Grade II listed eating and drinking emporium, ‘Smiths’ of Smithfield. An explosion of classic sophistication, perfect for every occasion from date night to corporate bookings, Smiths is…
    London
    View Post
    Share:

    Review: UKAI, Japanese with Ease

    Ukai claims to be London’s best Japanese fusion cocktail bar offering sake infused cocktails and award winning whiskeys partnered with contemporary Japanese cuisine, and boy do they make a strong case for it. Take a journey here not just for the food but the beautiful…
    London
    View Post
    Share:

    Review: Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea

    Tom Aikens began his career as a commis chef at Michelin-starred Cavalier’s in Battersea, London. He then moved onto The Capital Hotel, working under Philip Britten, followed by a chef-de-partie position with Pierre Koffmann at La Tante Claire when the restaurant won its third Michelin…
    London
    View Post
    Share:

    Home | About | Events | Partners | Terms and Conditions  | Privacy Policy | Contact | The Assistant Room Recruitment


    Looking for Something?