When it comes to critiquing a restaurant’s food with intimate detail and with mouth watering images of the food you’re about to devour, you can’t go past The Critical Couple, written by Nicole and David Williams. Their blog of the same name at: The Critical Couple ranked #5 by Urban Spoon, is definitely worth a … Continue reading Eat My Words – The Critical Couple
What do you do when you are an expatriate settling in London and you need to find out good places to eat, exciting places to visit and learn out everything in between re setting life up in the big city? We recommend you drop by Kelvin Woo’s blog www.singaporeaninlondon.com While this blog is primarily about … Continue reading Eat My Words – Kelvin Woo
This is the last post of our 5-part series, ‘Preparing for an Interview’. As we mentioned in Parts 1-4, we’re covering all the aspects of applying for and attending a job interview in the hospitality industry. This post will cover some more tips to give you the edge when going for the job of your … Continue reading Preparing for an Interview Part 5 of 5 – Notes, Achievements & Follow Up
For those who are considering being a Personal or Private Chef, there are many considerations to take into account. Below are a few tips to help you on your way. Know your client, build relationships and trust. Learn your client’s needs for privacy and the balance between being there for them but not being in … Continue reading 21 Tips for Private or Personal Chefs
Over the next few weeks we will be talking about and to Private and Personal Chefs. This is unique and privileged work as not only will one be required to produce the very best meals on a consistent basis, but also will be exposed to a whole different lifestyle! It seems that only the rich … Continue reading Personal Chef or Private Chef? What's the Difference?