The Lawyer Eats
Nicky Richmond goes back in time to Oslo Court.
He’s keeping a close eye on it, is Mr King. So far I’ve been during the soft opening, for two breakfasts (not together) and a rather leisurely lunch and he’s been there twice, doing that thing he does, welcoming you at the door in that charming yet slightly intimidating way, as he towers over you, making sure that everything is just so.
Do eat at The Sportsman in Kent, but don’t stay in a beach hut, advises Nicky Richmond.
Nicky Richmond is bowled away by the tapas at Barrafina, and eats a lot of garlic.
Nicky Richmond delights in the enduring joys of Le Gavroche.
“It is no surprise that Pearl Liang is one of the busiest restaurants in the area”, boasts their website, which tells us that “Pearl Liang Chinese Oriental Restaurant is a stylish, cosmopolitan, London restaurant located in the heart of Paddington”.
I see we’ve failed at the first hurdle then, said the managing director, who sidled up to the table as we finished our main course, using the very words I’d used on Twitter just a short while earlier.
Fussy but tasty curry is on the expensive menu for Nicky Richmond at Rasoi in Chelsea
Taken to a world-famous Italian restaurant she’s never heard of, Nicky Richmond is distinctly underwhelmed.
Nicky Richmond is taken back to her childhood at Fischer’s in Marylebone.
Nicky Richmond heads into the countryside for dinner at Michel Roux’s Waterside Inn.
Nicky Richmond finds Kurobata in Marble Arch not quite to her taste.
Nicky Richmond loves the starter and main at Cecconi’s, but misses dessert.
Nicky Richmond is surprised and delighted by Shoreditch restaurant Lyle’s.
Brecher’s Nicky Richmond wants to like Marianne, but finds it tasteless.
Nicky Richmond finds little has changed, but the food is still good, at Marcus Wareing’s renovated restaurant.
Nicky Richmond tries out the classics at J. Sheekey
Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond finds she cares about 34, Grosvenor Square.
Brecher partner Nicky Richmond goes back in time with a visit to Spaghetti House and find you get what you pay for
Eversheds partner Bruce Dear visits Winston’s Churchill’s most beloved lunch venue, Wiltons, and finds an oasis of calm in the midst of a bustling city
There’s only one thing on Nicky Richmond’s mind at Oxford’s Magdalen Arms - pie.
Eversheds partner Bruce Dear visits West End celeb haunt J Sheekey’s and finds the fish (and wine) in fine form
Nicky Richmond gets cosy with her friends at the Social Eating House, but comes away disappointed.
Nicky Richmond fills a crucial gap in her London restaurant education by visiting the Ember Yard.
A ground-breaking challenge brought by online travel company Skyscanner means the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) must reconsider whether to accept legally binding promises.
Information will move 500 times faster by 2034, providing the means for cloud-based advice services to take a major slice of the legal market
It’s here: The Lawyer’s UK 200 is the biggest financial data exercise in the legal profession
Edwards Wildman associate Sascha Grimm and Shearman & Sterling associate Suzanne Szczetnikowicz like to recount a story about female behaviour in the workplace.
From a firm’s culture to the nuts and bolts of service delivery and business performance, it all stems from how you choose to manage your partners
Much has been written recently about the “death of partnership”.
Citibank Global Markets Inc was recently saved, by the skin of its teeth, from being permanently barred from acting as a placement agent.
If we see devolved government in the UK following the Scottish referendum it is likely to benefit businesses in all areas
Despite the best efforts of the legal and wider business community, the term ‘offshore’ generally still has pretty negative connotations among the general public.