Check out the latest news and reviews of the hottest places to be seen. Find the trendiest bars and clubs to party away your commission, along with the best restaurants in town to impress your clients and land that sale.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has released an Industrial Trends Survey which highlighted that the UK Food Manufacturing Sector is one of the largest percentage growth areas in the UK manufacturing sector. Find Food Jobs have commented that there is a skills shortage in many areas in the UK Food Industry which has led to salaries in sectors such as Technical, Food Science and Engineering increasing at levels way above the market rate.
David Lewis, Director of Find Food Jobs comments, “Once again the food industry has outperformed many traditional British Manufacturing industries, leading to an increase in positions and also in the training and skill sets of those employed within the sector.Read more
Callooh Callay opened in November 2008 to be one of the few cocktail bars in Shoreditch which delivered high-quality drinks and service, but without any of the typical pretension. We also wanted to do things a little differently with our design and with our menus, for which we have become pretty famous.
In the 8 years which have followed, their very particular design and menus made them become pretty famous, serving cocktails to hundreds of thousands of guestsRead more
Based on the original hit bar in Paris, Chinatown has been the new home of The Experimental Cocktail Club. Closely following the original recipe, the French trio behind the bar produced a criminally classy space over two floors, with piano-bar and mirrored ceilings.
After launching in late 2010, The Experimental Cocktail Club London built a good following with the required beautiful clientèle trialling exotic concoctions until the early hours. The main first-floor bar has a classic feel, with oak floors, plush fabrics, gold leaf murals and exposed brickwork.Read more
Just off Brick Lane, Apples and Pears has a self-confidence that merges well with the neighbourhood. It’s cool, but not painfully; there’s an emphasis on delivering the goods – style as well as substance.
The ground floor bar, dressed in green and black is an amazing space, utilising street lamps on the walls and unique design touches. The same level of attention to detail is evident throughout the building and even extends to the small garden area at the back. The same care has been lavished on the cocktails.
Drinks are prepared with care and attention and are consistently inventive. TheirRead more