Review: Neighbourhood Dining at Kitty Hawk, London

WIFI Lift Access Moorgate/Liverpool Street Step out of city life and into the Kitty Hawk; an all-day bar and event space in the City of London, designed for laidback drinks and dining. If you’re looking for a space that has it all, you’ve struck gold – an incredible menu, an even better wine list, public and private dining areas and…
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A Haven in Hong Kong: The Grand Hyatt

My first adventure of 2018 took me to the remarkable city of Hong Kong, in south-eastern China. It was my first trip to this side of the world, and it was a pit stop before my next leg on to The Philippines. (And what a pit stop it was!) Let me start by telling you a funny story about my…
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UK Staycation: A Surrey Hills Romance

Location: Jumps Road, Churt, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2LD | 1 night B&B for 2 with 3 course dinner £160 | To book: brands@theassistantroom.com  Situated in the picturesque Surrey Hills and nestled between the historic town of Farnham & the Devil’s Punch Bowl, Bel & The Dragon Churt is a beautifully restored Country Inn with eighteen beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms and an attractive, spacious bar & restaurant.…
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Review: A Bucket List Worthy Tasting Menu in Mayfair, London

At the heart of the Mayfair food and art scene, The Square sits only a few minutes walk from Green Park tube station on Bruton Street. With a menu full of exquisite surprises, the culinary genius that is Chef Clément brings to your table a contemporary approach to haute cuisine, making the recent revamp of The Square one of our…
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How we live is what makes us real…

With the recent debacle surrounding THAT job advert posted by RMS Recruitment, a company with over 15 years experience in placing candidates within support roles from newbies to the industry through to those who could do the job with their eyes closed, it has caused an absolute social media shit storm with those who are pivotal within our community reigning…
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